Favorite films

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  • Once Upon a Time in the West


  • Murina


  • The Accountant


  • Where Angels Fear to Tread


Recent reviews

  • Things to Come

    Things to Come


    Such a simple and yet profound movie. Su utterly realistic, yet so full of deeper meaning and surprises. Much like life itself, depends on how you look at it, from high or from les high. Isabelle Huppert is her top notch self. Always a bit remote and cold, with a technical brilliance rarely seen in movies, she fits the role like a glove.

  • Populaire



    Sweet, cute and fluffy, just what you need on a Sunday afternoon. The actors are very easy on the eyes (Romain is a dream and Deborah is a modern Audrey Hepburn, and I mean that in the bets possible way!), the story is warm and endearing, the costumes are wonderful! Of course, don't go looking for anything of deep substance, but as a nice move, it fits the bill!

Popular reviews

  • The Lovers

    The Lovers


    Oh, this is a movie that hides much beneath a seemingly pedestrian, run of the mill story. Malle surprises at every turn, behaving almost like a magician - turning an ordinary story into a myth, selfish bourgeoise characters into partial archetypes, the lovely countryside into a mystical landscape, and Brahms' often difficult music into pure perfection of sensuality.

    Truly, when you look at it from a boarder, more diverse perspective, this movie is a small marvel. It's so much more…

  • Anna Karenina. Vronsky's Story

    Anna Karenina. Vronsky's Story


    With Anna Karenina (and the rest of Tolstoy's work), casting is everything. Huge battles, lavish costumes, incredible set design - you can all thrown them away if you don't have good actors - Tolstoy is nothing if not a chronicler of people, their desires, their questions and seekings. If you get the casting wrong, you'll miss the whole point. Sadly, this is what happened with this mini-series.

    Let's start from the beginning. This 8 hour long adaptation finally gave us…