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  • American Hustle

    American Hustle

    ★★★

    The cast is so damn powerful and talented. Aesthetic, make-up and cloths are very fine. I seriously want to know how much this movie spent for songs in the movie, they all are definitely not the cheap ones.

    But I wish all of their efforts had put into a better story. I don't find anything special about American Hustle, for me it just feels like another con artist movie. I don't like the flow of the movie. It is not…

  • Peeping Tom

    Peeping Tom

    ★★★½

    1960 seems like a great year for movies particularly horror, we had Psycho and this in the same year and later they became an influence over the genre.

    I would be lying if I said I was totally frightened by this classic. Maybe at the time of release it was considered to be bloody, graphic and violent but in my eyes this movie is definitively not those things above. But still Peeping Tom is a very dark movie and has…

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  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction

    ★★★★★

    Revisiting this as a part of my Tarantino marathon for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    On this rewatch I found the film as entertaining and brilliant as usual but my feeling are not the same anymore. I don't feel the same energy I had when I was watching the film in my early years of into this cinematic world. (Tarantino and Tom Hanks movies played such a big role for me at that time and they still are to…

  • The Babadook

    The Babadook

    ★★★★½

    Sometimes internet memes surely can ruin your mood for the movie. It is around 30 minutes and
    the original scene of this meme popped up and it totally cracked me up. From there even at some intense moments the thought of that meme came into my mind and I couldn't help but laughed about it, again!

    Having said that The Babadook is absolutely brilliant horror movie, a couple of scenes scared me genuinely and made my skin crawl. The movie explored about grief, guilt and the hardship of parenthood better than most of the movies in recent memory. This is my suprise favourite.