• Blow-Up



    Kind of an annoying and weird movie, but it’s still hypnotic and fascinates you!

    Great visuals and especially editing👌

    This is not an artsy fartsy pretentious movie, but a movie a about a pretentious guy, who is weird, a moron, a loser, relaxed yet chaotic, direct yet indirect - it’s a movie showcasing the obscurity of modern life!

    But with all that said, the movie can be tiresome and will definitely benefit from a rewatch to fully grasp it’s essence.

    1960's, ranked

  • Harvey


    Talk about a movie having aged poorly, unfortunately…
    It probably means well, but the attempt at being fun, sweet and sympathetic, just doesn’t work and is not convincing or understanding enough to the subject matter🤷‍♂️

    The acting is off pretty much everywhere and the roles are unbearable in the way they’re written - James Stewart is the only one who has some truly great scenes, which isn’t surprising because he’s always great, but this role/movie just doesn’t overall do him…

  • Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

    Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory


    For adults this is one of the most interesting and hilarious kids films👌😆

    1970's, ranked

  • Three Days of the Condor

    Three Days of the Condor


    Conspiracy thriller with a Dave Gruisin score and two amazing leads (Redford and Dunaway)!
    As a viewer you’re constantly in the dark when it comes to the “why” and “who”, BUT so is our main character, which means the suspense stays all the way through the movie!

    In the end the movie is very much a product of its time - Just coming off the oil crisis in 1973, which leads to this uncertainty among people and a means for…

  • Annihilation


    Yeah this is something about science and human beings and the complex (and dependent?) relation between those two as well as how they each stands on their own???
    Human nature can both be destructive to ourselves as well as our fellow human beings and environment!… Will we not be able to understand and tackle the world as well as each other? Are we doomed to annihilation??
    I dont know man…🤣

    Now about the film itself:
    Other than the last 20…

  • The Shawshank Redemption

    The Shawshank Redemption

    It’s been an eternity since i’ve last seen this one, so i really didn’t know what i truly thought about it, other than it’s obviously one of the most well known films of all time!

    And well its just a good film, nothing great other than just a crowd pleaser that hits all the right notes to please a regular movie going audience! It’s full of well served delicious cheese, but sometimes and for some people that’s all you want…

  • In the Bedroom

    In the Bedroom


    Great tale about love, how to be parents, toxic relationships, critique of the legal system, processing loss and making closure with trauma - all done in a thrilling manner!

    Great performance by Sissy Spacek👌

  • Touch of Evil

    Touch of Evil


    Candy and alcohol will corrupt you!..😝

    From a filmmaking standpoint this is one of the greatest films ever made - Storytelling, visuals, editing, score, tone, mood, everything really!

    Got my hands on the Blu Ray this time - the first time i saw it was on a dvd - nice to see it in better picture quality👌

  • Oslo, August 31st

    Oslo, August 31st


    The consequences of individualization - With the opportunity and encouragement to do and be anything you want, you’ll risk getting lost in the big confusing forest, where triviality is everything and nothing!…

    Amazing film! And now im more than ready for “The Worst Person In The World”, which just hit theaters here in Denmark a few day ago - it’s hopefully gonna be a good way of starting my summer holiday in a few days!👌

    2010's, ranked

  • Incendies



    Ohhh nooo wow fuck shit damn!!…

    I wish Villeneuve would make films like this and “Prisoners” instead of the sci-fi mode he has gone into lately, which still are great films, but i much prefer his work before “Arrival”🤷‍♂️

    Denis Villeneuve, ranked
    2010's, ranked

  • Death Rides a Horse

    Death Rides a Horse

    I think there might be an interesting story hidden in this movie, but as a viewer you have to work a lot to really engage with it, as the movie really doesn’t do a job of holding your attention🤷‍♂️

    Burying someone in the sand with only their head above it, and then feeding them with salt, then letting them sweat it out in the burning dessert, is fucking cool and certainly brutal!😤🤣

    Music by Ennio Morricone and the presence of Lee Van Cleef👌

    A lot to like, but not executed well enough.

    1960's, ranked
    Westerns, ranked

  • Come and See

    Come and See


    The most horryfiyng, terryfying, traumatic, heartbreaking movie i’ve ever seen!
    It feels so realistic and at the same time has the desperately poetic feel that reflects on the events and makes use of symbolism😳
    Truly a masterpiece that gets under you skin and sends you into deep despair over what humans are capable of doing to others….😔

    It’s gonna be a while before i come back to this one again, if i ever will - it truly wears you down…