• Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    they said “let’s give the fans what they want and what they want is fanservice”. indeed I was feeling nostalgic. there are pretty good action sequences.

  • Clash of the Titans

    Clash of the Titans


    Some of the effects haven't aged well but it didn't really take too much out of the enjoyment of the movie. I really like the greek mythology concept, so it’s enough for me to enjoy.

  • Malignant



    Malignant has entertaining scenes but it also looks ridiculous and generic; the music is very annoying. I was skipping this for a while and actually I wasn't missing much

  • Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts

    Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts

    I’m very emotional right now cuz I’m reliving my childhood

  • The Wasteland

    The Wasteland


    it can easily be used as a metaphor to survival, loneliness, the loss of loved ones and just move on

  • Till Death

    Till Death


    In his feature directing debut, S.K. Dale orchestrates a tense cat-and-mouse game. Though exciting and well-made and acted I found the plot simplistic and straining belief. I celebrate Megan Fox for her performance in it, she was good. I simply adore this type of films.

  • Spencer



    A psychological character study of Princess Diana where she spending one last Christmas with the royal family before she leaves Prince Charles. In “Spencer” we see Kristen Stewart like never before. She was great and I was enthralled by her performance.

  • Old



    Interesting concept; Shyamalan eventually builds genuine mystery around it, but at some point it ends up being too laughable that I couldn’t take it seriously… I’ll give credit for originality & entertaining moments.

  • The Last Duel

    The Last Duel


    The Last Duel portrays how women were treated in the 14th century and how men only were concerned about their status. And there is the plot about three different perspectives of the same events; the narrative is very well constructed making it such compelling viewing. Matt Damon, Adam Driver, Judie Comer and Ben Affleck all put in excellent performances. Comer was absolutely amazing, she stole the show.

    The subject is a reflection on the overall systemic patriarchy, and the institutional and…

  • The Power of the Dog

    The Power of the Dog


    Elegant, charming and amazing score. Gave the movie an entincing atmosphere. Although, I felt like leaving the film in a lot of scenes. I was not interested enough to watch it, idk, maybe I will rewatch it someday.

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    So edgar wright you had everything to make this work. everything looks beautiful like the scenario, the costumes and the cinematography; the problem is the choice you made about sandie, the abused girl, like suddenly she is the villain of the story, and then you thought this plot twist was a good idea. well… it wasn’t. the cheap jump scares were supposed to scare the audience? lol

  • I Carry You with Me

    I Carry You with Me


    I was expecting so much of this one… I Carry You with Me is a lgbt film mixing drama & romance about an immigrant who tries to live his dream in America. It def would’ve been a better film with less flashbacks & less jumping around time frames; feels a little anticlimatic. The poor editing and the lack of light didn’t help it too. The performances were decent tho.

    If you like a queer romance to pass the time you should give it a try.