Favorite films

  • The Spirit of the Beehive
  • Badlands
  • Phenomena
  • Thirteen

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  • Savages

    ★★★½

  • The Departed

    ★★★★

  • Dawn of the Dead

    ★★★½

  • Dead Man Down

    ★★

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  • The Silence of the Lambs

    The Silence of the Lambs

    ★★★

    red dragon and hannibal are better tbh

    i think they were better of by having protagonists who were more of a challenge to hannibal. i enjoyed their high-level cat-and-mouse games between detective and hannibal, especially in red dragon with ed nortons character. clarice though is very much a learner is always under the thumb of hannibal. it wasnt as interesting a dynamic for me.

    I also thought some of the dialogue didn't come across as revelatory or intense as the…

  • Wish Upon a Star

    Wish Upon a Star

    ★★½

    Danielle Harris and Katherine Heigl in a body swap movie, 'nuff said

    Katherine has some fabulous legs and shows them off a lot here.
    Danielle is literally tiny! I never realised before. Google says she's 4'11. She's soo small standing beside Katherine lol

    I was hoping I would like this a lot more tbh. The poster always caught my eye because of how cheesy it looks. But the story and tone is played really straight and doesn't stray from the…

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  • American Psycho II: All American Girl

    American Psycho II: All American Girl

    ★★★★½

    Mila Kunis as a serial killer who goes around murdering people in ridiculous ways whilst justifying her indefensible actions in inner-monologues? Yes please! Honestly this was really good and genuinely funny, it drops the dramatic face of the original and goes full tongue-in-cheek black comedy, similar to Tragedy Girls, Home Sweet Hell, or Heathers, but with absolutely none of the acclaim apparently. Just look at those rock-bottom ratings - ouch! Not deserved in my opinion because this is just as…

  • The Lovers

    The Lovers

    ★★★★★

    A stark change of scene from domesticity to nature (moonlight, lakes, shrubbery) transposes earthly beings into ghostly apparitions untethered from petty gossip and in-house politics. Love is followed wholeheartedly and without delay, and worn with proud visibility in the face of any and all judgeful eyes: "...don't try to understand. You never will."