• Rocky


    Wonderful classic!

    Great build up, score, and an underdog story. I personally don’t know if I should give this a rating or not because nonetheless it’s engraved in cinema history. 

    Rocky is one hella of a character, very likable and enticing to watch. One thing that I would’ve liked to have was more character depth to him, something from his past that explains why he didn’t go to the next step, but maybe I’m asking for too much. 

    Excited to see the next!

  • Nope



    Still love it

  • All Of The Lights

    All Of The Lights

    Your shots are always sexy Adam 🥴🥴

  • Nope



    I love it I love it I love it.

    Jordan Peele’s third feature film “Nope” is enveloped in originality and is a thrill to watch, illuminating a part of cinema we don’t get to see often nowadays.

    I am genuinely dazzled by this picture. Everything seemed to be perfect.  The thriller genre perfected in this movie through the use of eerie pans and tilts, allowing the audience to investigate the skies alongside the characters. The music creates chaos and is…

  • A Quiet Place

    A Quiet Place


    Great movie! 

    Wonderful performances by John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, by far the highlight of the movie for me. For a movie to have this little dialogue and to solely rely on facial and body gestures, the whole cast did a fantastic job.

    Horror wise, I wouldn’t say by conventional standards that it’s scary, but definitely extremely thrilling. Cinematography and shots definitely create this sense of “hide and seek” sensation about the movie and it really does work to it’s…

  • Alone


    Yoo Adam let’s goo debut film!!!

  • Midsommar



    Too disturbed and confused to write anything at the moment.

  • The Sea Beast

    The Sea Beast


    Beautiful visuals and animation, resulting in a very mystical world. 

    A nice story, a bit recycled I might say, but nonetheless providing a few powerful emotional moments. Symbolism is placed in a fairly obvious but needed way, and I’d say it’s one of the strong points of the movie. 

    The movie is pretty predictable, but that’s understandable as it is considered a children's movie. 

    Overall, it’s a very good family movie that efficiently sends a meaningful message about conflicts and injustices.

  • Fight Club

    Fight Club


    The first rule of ***** **** is: you don’t talk about ***** ****.”

    Fight club has always been so unappealing to me, mainly due to the excessive violence I’ve heard of and the general repetitive fanbase culture. But I decided to give the movie a chance and man did I love this.

    The film revolves around the Narrator, a person who is drowning in the consumerist society he lives in. He then engages in a specific type of therapy with…

  • Minions: The Rise of Gru

    Minions: The Rise of Gru



  • Mystic River

    Mystic River


    A very good crime thriller!

    I’m quite surprised as to how sad and concerning the movie is. But I must say that it does a great job expressing the issues and feelings felt throughout the picture. The death of a character is what drives the story and how other characters react and cope with this is really sincere.

    It goes without saying that Tim Robbins and Sean Penn both had extraordinary performances. Robbins playing such an unnerving and disfigured character…

  • Spree



    Spree is a film that studies and scrutinizes the psyche of Kurt Kunkle, an up and coming social media influencer, and his escalating obsession to get famous.

    I was hesitant to give this film a high rating, as I didn’t find anything excelling in its components, but I decided to give it a high rating solely due to Joe Keery’s performance, a genuinely uncomfortable, distressing and psychotic depiction of his uncanny character. 

    Further touching upon social media, I feel like…