• Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    film #999. watched in theatre. absolutely need a rewatch.

  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly


    film #998. dissapointing that rick dalton didn't get the part.

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    seriously, what a masterpiece. as some video i saw the other day said: this feels like tarantino's epilogue. his last farewell. the journey's end. i don't know if i really want another one from him honestly. if he actually means to end at 10, let it be 9 and have one of the finest filmographies of all time.

  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love


    got me from the very first minute. pee tea A. PEE TEA A!!

  • Braveheart



    @8Cao... death comes to all of us, and the time to watch this has eventually come. 3 am it is. what a movie. what a movie. what a movie.

  • The Shining

    The Shining


    i watched this for the first time almost a year ago. didn't really understand its masterpiece status so i moved on with my life. then like two of three months ago i started having these thoughts about killing people you know. like with an axe and stuff. so long story short here i am drinking red rum watching this again and ow yeah. it's my life.

  • Full Metal Jacket

    Full Metal Jacket



  • Shoplifters



    those oranges falling off as if vito corleone had died are just 1% of what makes this a fucking masterpiece.

  • Good Morning

    Good Morning


    paul schrader once mentioned the art of boredom in cinema. how certain filmmakers manage to hold on enough time to what would strike some people as meaningless moments in a way of interaction with the viewer. now the film isn't speaking: it's waiting for you to say something back. and the master of boredom is indeed ozu. he brings a film where the main characters decide to take a vow of silence and manage to say something without speaking. dealing…

  • Jaws



    vegans be like 🐸

  • Mystery Train

    Mystery Train


    i see steve buscemi and i can only wonder why he don't tip.

  • 8½


    what an extraordinary film. i simply can't understand how such a bold and visionary concept could be pulled off so masterfully. fellini right there man. a true genius.