G has written 52 reviews for films rated ★★★★★ .

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road


    George Miller disappeared into the Namibi Desert in 2012. Came out a whole month over deadline from location filming with something very special.

    Last time watched Fury Road was possibly the Black and Chrome print from 2017.

    Always have a lot to say about the Vuvalini Sisters. It’s not just feminism thing it’s their age. Something that’s not represented in a action film setting in the mid 2010s, and should be something to aspire to, celebrated. Just generally about the…

  • Mad Max 2

    Mad Max 2


    𝕋𝕠 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕡𝕖𝕠𝕡𝕝𝕖 𝕠𝕗 𝔹𝕣𝕠𝕜𝕖𝕟 H𝕚𝕝𝕝

  • The Last of the Mohicans

    The Last of the Mohicans


    𝕋𝕙𝕖 𝕎𝕙𝕠𝕝𝕖 𝕎𝕠𝕣𝕝𝕕 𝕚𝕤 𝕠𝕟 𝔽𝕚𝕣𝕖

    Alice & Uncas had me a mess, like it always does. Nobody puts music to film like him. This was the first I’d read about the research and details Mann put into his films. Even here Mann is painting Wes Studi’s Magua, being momentarily shook by Alice’s choice. Like the Tooth Fairy’s dilemmas in his previous film, Manhunter. This detail is what makes it truly great.

    People forget how huge Mohicans was in 92’ It was…

  • Puparia



    Steve Reich warm blanket on this...

  • Return of the Jedi

    Return of the Jedi


    Empire might been the first thing I witnessed in a cinema. Jedi was the Star Wars event when I as kid. Toys, watches, bed spreads and panini sticker albums. Remembered while watching this sending away the tokens for a mail away Nien Nunb figure. Coming back from school and opening the little white mailer box. 

    What can you say. I think Jedi is my favourite at the moment. Just this visual explosion. ILM working at the height of their powers. Great…

  • The Empire Strikes Back

    The Empire Strikes Back


    This film is the kick to the balls the day after the birthday party. Everything gets smashed up: People, friendships, Rebellions and Protocol Droids. On top of that you find out the 6'8'' psychopath decked out in black leather is actually yer... and well that's why we hold it closer to our hearts. (2015)


    This is the 40th Anniversery that’s been put back into Cinema this summer. First time I’ve seen ESB on a big screen since the 1997…

  • Star Wars

    Star Wars


    One of my earliest memories was watching a early Star Wars TV broadcast at Christmas while playing with some metal Star Wars spaceships. I joined in with the trench run, held them up to the TV screen.

    This film is still alchemy...

    Watched the Despecialized Edition. Beautiful grainy 35mm 1970s film. The colour in this film, specially on Tatooine. I don’t care if there never pull there finger out and release 1977 SW anymore. A wonderful online community that puts love into this preservation stuff.

  • Glengarry Glen Ross

    Glengarry Glen Ross


    ᴵᵗ’ˢ ᵃᵇˢᵒˡᵘᵗᵉˡʸ ʳⁱᵍʰᵗ...

  • Goyokin



    Goyokin (御用金, Goyōkin, "Official Gold") Gold, Silver or any expensive mined mineral that belonging to the state.

    By 1969 colour process started became standard in Samurai cinema, specially at Toho. Indirectly the blood started to flow. Like Kill! Goyokin becomes more Spaghetti Western though that process. Hell, even Masaru Sato’s soundtrack here has direct echoes of Ennio Morricone’s bleak Great Silence score. Both set in the snow.

    This is my favourite Hideo Gosha film and Nakadai performance by far. Nakadai…

  • Once Upon a Time in the West

    Once Upon a Time in the West


    "You don't understand, Jill. People like that have something inside... something to do with death." - Cheyenne

    The greatest opening 30mins I've ever witnessed, all the way up to the crane shot with Jill leaving the station... and then it keeps going, scene after scene: The McBain massacre, Jill's look of despair on the bed, Morton and the Pacific Ocean, the horse tracking shot next to the train, the super close up of Harmonica's sun cracked face and the way…

  • Kill!



    Kill! ....is the crossroads.

    Kihachi Okamoto and Masaru Sato were the first to bring this '*Macaroni Western' sensibility back to a Toho production. Bringing it full circle. Sato's title theme from the get go could of been lifted out any Spaghetti Western over last two years prior.. Our opening town is pure fusion of Yojimbo and the ghost town Franco Nero enters in Corbucci's Django. Broken town looks like a bored **Daimajin picked it up, rung it out like a…

  • Face to Face

    Face to Face


    ‘Out here in the west it’s difficult to distinguish the instinct for survival... from the lust to acquire power.’ - Brett

    I ways find it difficult to talk in length about films I love the most. So won’t over talk this one.

    To me a better film than Sollima's Big Gundown. One of finest things in the genre.
    Sergio Donati writing dealing in the big Italian themes here 'passive academic turns fascist outlaw when his hand is forced' and vice…