Tais Nøhr has written 65 reviews for films rated ★★★½ .

  • Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two

    Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two


    Still beautiful and eerie but it didn't live up to the potential of part one.

  • Love and Monsters

    Love and Monsters


    It's basicly like every other young adult film ever. Just as silly and predictable as well. Also really charming and weirdly fun. I'm not sure why but it got me to suspend my disbelief and just tag along for the funky ride.

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Spider-Man: Homecoming


    I really loved this when it came out but after viewing this 'far from home-tinted glasses' I realize how much the silly parts of the film are dragging the more serious moments down. Tom Holland really has the capacity to be the perfect spider-man and in scenes like the one where is held down by the building or the one where he rescues Toomes he is straight out amazing. He brings the proper amount of gravitas while keeping it fairly lighthearted. I really want a spider-man film done in a less childish manner where every tense moment isn't punctured by comic relief.

  • The Fugitive

    The Fugitive


    A charming cat-n-mouse chase film.

  • Nomadland



    A nuanced and stunningly beautiful portrait of how hard and yet awarding it can be to live in a way that society doesn't deem "correct" or "normal". This does a great job at showing both the good and the bad about the nomadic way of life and shows that we're not supposed to pity these people.

    There was one long take scene in a trailer camp that almost made me cry from sincere atmosphere. It was just beautiful.

  • Moonlight



    Having to be 'hard' to get through in a rough neighbourhood is a classic theme and this film isn't very original in that sense. Crossing that with being a sexual minority within that community makes it quite interesting.

    Certainly a good film, not sure I'd have given it an oscar though.

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


    This is not my taste in film but damn it if I don't love that films like this are still made. It certainly is special!

  • High Fidelity

    High Fidelity


    A film about a giant pretentious, cheating hypocritical asshole who learns basic lifelessons about love way too late in life and his really cool girlfriend who rightly tries to leave him.

    It is also a charming film with a bunch of cool music and some great side characters with excellent acting.

  • Speed



    This sounds so dumb but it's done so well!

    I've been hestitant to watch it because the premise sounded kinda lame. Boy am I happy, I finaly put it on. Keanu and Bullock are both hot, charming and badass as hell and just from that I'm rooting for them. Considdering a premise that should demand a lot of characters talking bad descisions to make the plot work, everybody in this one actually acts rationally. Cool action, great chemistry between characters, an allright villain and that 90's action charm makes this an amazing friday night film!

  • Loki



    Just like WandaVision I loved some of the episodes and kinda disliked some of them. The first two episodes were kinda silly, but in a fun and campy doctor who way.
    Episode three was straight up subpar. The effects in that episode are weirdly bad, the acting is quite b-movie like and the love affair goes way too fast to be realistic.
    Episode 6 is what justifies the series with a COOL ending that is gonna shake up the MCU just like the battle for New York did it in Avengers.

  • Love, Death & Robots: Shape-Shifters

    Love, Death & Robots: Shape-Shifters


    Cool idea, well executed

  • Love, Death & Robots: The Secret War

    Love, Death & Robots: The Secret War


    While a bit generic plotwise, it was atmospheric and beautiful as hell.