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  • Le Samouraï
  • The 400 Blows
  • Schindler's List
  • Barry Lyndon

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Recent reviews

  • Oppenheimer



    J. Robert Oppenheimer is a very interesting person. Father of the atomic bomb and the author behind the weapon responsible for the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during the dreaded Second World War, Oppenheimer was a figure that I always wanted to decipher and study even before the inception of media reports saying this would be Nolan’s next work. 

    “I have become death, the destroyer of worlds”, uttered by the very author of the life-changing device he created, J. Robert…

  • Zodiac



    Revisiting David Fincher’s Zodiac would probably be one of the smoothest rewatches I’ve experienced in quite some time as it holds up to date as one of the most intriguing slow-burn and thought-provoking narratives. As a thriller/character study on the detective leading the case of the Zodiac killer, this is a motion picture that features one of the most subtle yet prominent lines of dexterity within David Fincher’s arsenal. Running in at a rather slow pace of two hours and…

Popular reviews

  • Mank




    | Fincher's loving ode to Hollywood’s past | 

    “What is it a writer says? Tell the story you know." 

    “You cannot capture a man's entire life in two hours. All you can hope is to leave the impression of one.”

    "This is a business where the buyer gets nothing for his money but a memory. What he bought still belongs to the man who sold it. That's the real magic of the movies." 

    To answer the question if you…

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey



    (This rating and what I’m about to say,
    still doesn’t do this film any justice)  

    “I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do.”

    Buckle up, this will be a messy and bumpy ride.

    First and foremost, making a review like this may seem redundant, and is redundant. Frankly, there’s really not much to say that hasn’t already been said. There are too many…