• Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems

    When you think it can't get any worse, it does. I have never felt so sorry for such an annoying character. Great film and also the proof that Adam Sandler is so much more than just a comic actor.

  • The Green Mile

    The Green Mile

    Although my expectations for this film were extremely high, they were certainly met. Everyone in this film plays extremely well with, in particular, Michael Clarke Duncan who is enormously believable and for whom you feel empathy from beginning to end. I would recommend this film to anyone who is convinced that the death penalty is a good thing. I am curious to know what you think about it after watching this film. (Note to self: start reading Stephen King's books!!)

  • Dallas Buyers Club

    Dallas Buyers Club

    This film has a bit of everything. It is funny at some times, exciting at others and above all tragic. This film made me realise that Jared Leto is indeed more than a failed Joker. His chemistry with Matthew McConaughey splashes off the screen. A very good film that tells a relevant part of American history that is often forgotten.

  • Wonder Woman 1984

    Wonder Woman 1984

    Because of the many negative reactions that this film received, my expectations were very low and I actually had very little interest in watching the film. All in all, it was not too bad, but nevertheless the film does not even come close to the previous one. Pedro Pascal steals the show and once again proves what a great actor he is, while Gal Gadot and Chris Pine prove their incompetence once again. The small bright spots that the film…

  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I watched this film without any expectations and was overwhelmed by the fantastic story. What starts as a relatively peaceful divorce escalates exponentially into a fierce battle for the custody of their child. Great dramatic script! The acting of both Adam Driver and (the incredibly handsome) Scarlet Johansson is fantastic. Laura Dern, who won an Oscar for her part, was a bit over the top, but certainly not bad. It is a cruel film that nevertheless ends with a small spark of hope. Highly recommended!

  • Soul

    Soul

    Once again, Pixar comes up with a wonderfully accessible story about a difficult and inaccessible subject. Everything about this film, from the visuals to the incredible soundtrack, is genius. The only thing I liked less was the choice made at the end, but being a film for children that is understandable. Well-deserved Oscars.

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League

    The Snyder Cut is better than the original in every way. The characters are treated with respect, there is the occasional joke that is not excessively lame and, above all, the story is given much more depth. Furthermore, the visuals are much improved, Steppenwolf now looks menacing and tangible while in the original he looked very unconvincing. The desaturation, for which Snyder is known, works extremely well and reminded me, just like the great fight scenes did, of the Hobbit…

  • No Country for Old Men

    No Country for Old Men

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    No Country for Old Men is an atypical and exciting thriller set in the contemporary wild west of America. Although the story is fairly straightforward and simplistic you immediately feel that there is a deeper meaning contained between the lines. The problem is that I haven't been able to fully grasp it yet and for that I will have to watch the film a second time. Nevertheless, it is a good movie with a few brilliant scenes and great acting…

  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong

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    My expectations for this film were low, but turned out not to be low enough. Being a fan of this franchise, I was looking forward to seeing these two giants fight for the throne, but unfortunately I was left a little disappointed. The fights are good and the monsters look great (especially Mechagodzilla who reminded me of the Terminator) but unfortunately everything in between the fights is poorly executed. The humour fails every time, I don't think I laughed once.…

  • Schindler's List

    Schindler's List

    This movie not only offers a very beautiful, documentary-like, portrayal of a terrible part of history, but above all reminds us of the evil that we humans are capable of. In filming this true story, Spielberg shows that the kindness of a single individual can indeed play a role in the greater whole: a hopeful message that, in my view, we should not forget. Furthermore, the acting of almost everyone is great, with a particularly fantastic performance by Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes. The movie is not only a mark of respect for the victims of the death camps, but also another proof of Spielberg's genius.

  • Scarface

    Scarface

    Although Scarface is praised as one of the best crime movies of all time it disappointed me a bit. Being a big fan of Martin Scorsese's work, I was left wanting. In my opinion, it lacked the Scorsesean sense of humor and brutality. Without the (always) great Al Pacino, this movie would collapse like a house of cards. It is his strong acting that keeps the movie afloat.

  • Mortal Kombat

    Mortal Kombat

    As a fan of the franchise I can say that this movie does exactly what it should do. It is funny, has amazing fight scenes and contains incredibly brutal faitalities. It shows a variety of well displayed characters and it seems that there are more to come. Can’t wait for the next one! No flawless victory, but a victory nonetheless.