Favorite films

  • Your Name.
  • The Exorcist
  • Ratatouille
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Recent activity

  • Departures


  • Eternals


  • Ash Is Purest White


  • Oslo, August 31st


Recent reviews

  • Departures




    When you're dealing with a film about funeral processions in any way or form, more often than not, they're going to be surprisingly funny eventhough the subject matter is admittedly bleak. You can also expect one of two things to potentially happen, if not both: it will either prove to be incredibly life affirming or an existential nightmare.

    Departures is less existential nightmare and more life affirming crowd pleaser and as such, the film definitely gets the job done.…

  • Eternals




    How can a movie be this beautiful and yet feel so unremarkably bland at the same time? This was the question that confounded me while watching Eternals. It's frustrating because the film actually tries to raise a lot of interesting questions, far more than the average MCU affair or even some of their top tier outing, about humanity and if we're actually worth saving in the first place. Unfortunately, the film buckles under the banner of a MCU film…

Popular reviews

  • The Last Temptation of Christ

    The Last Temptation of Christ



    It's a funny thing to think about. All the controversies, the bans in various countries, the lackluster box-office performance, the negative reception from the religious community, most of which hadn't even seen the film, and all for what? Just because the filmmakers attempted to make a person, who has been synonymous nearly everywhere as a God-like entity, feel human. While I can't say if The Last Temptation of Christ is my favorite biblical film, it certainly has…

  • Come and See

    Come and See



    No. 3 at The Official Letterboxd Top 250 films

    A hauntingly mesmerizing symphony of death and destruction that puts as through over two hours of misery, sorrow and despair. An agonizing portrait about humanity at it's worst and the loss of innocence. Come and See stands as one of the greatest war films ever made. A film that tears open our mental psyche for a mental beatdown that is unlike anything else that I have ever seen. A film…