Favorite films

  • Blow Out
  • The Conformist
  • Chinatown
  • Le Deuxième Souffle

Recent activity

  • Pigsty


  • That Obscure Object of Desire


  • Theorem


  • The Phantom of Liberty


Pinned reviews

  • The Fabelmans

    The Fabelmans


    If I could give this review a title it would be “A love letter to my favourites”. My favourite directors, my favourite writers, my favourite movies. After 50 years in the movie business, widely considered to be the most successful director of all time, Steven Spielberg decided it was time. To tell his version of his love letter to his favourites, the story he has been trying to tell for the last 50 years. Sometimes he used sharks and dinosaurs,…

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    The first time I saw the trailer for Licorice Pizza it overwhelmed me. It immediately became my most anticipated movie of the year. The look, the feel and the sound of Life on Mars blasting all over the valley reminded me of Boogie Nights and Magnolia, it reminded me of the PTA that I knew and loved, the one I thought was lost, that he grew out of that phase of his career.
    Many people consider PTAs later career work…

Recent reviews

  • Avatar: The Way of Water

    Avatar: The Way of Water


    At a certain point most major movie directors or some who have had a couple of big hits get that once in a lifetime chance to make their magnum opus. That one movie they have been waiting to make their entire life, the movie that in their minds is going to change movies forever. Sometimes these types of movies become the masterpieces their directors always thought they would be, but most of these movies either don’t work or are big…

  • Decision to Leave

    Decision to Leave



    The Guardian used my blurb for Decision to Leave:

    A familiar story told in a way that is unique to its director. Park Chan-Wook toys both with the audience and the characters, inviting us to laugh and feel with them, although none of us know what is going on and where the story is going. Its a detective noir set in 2022, with the most cinematic usage of smartphones and technology i have seen. If you like the director's…

Popular reviews

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    First things first, I strongly recommend seeing The Northman in a movie theater. I did last night and it was absolutely amazing. I feel It’s such an immersive and unique experience that you might not feel the same way if you saw it at home. Also according to reports The Northman cost around $90 million so it needs to be a huge hit so auteurs like Eggers can get that kind of money again and more often in the future.…

  • Ennio



    Simply, the greatest film composer of all time and one of the greatest documentaries of all time. Bertolucci said it perfectly, he combined prose and poetry, you cant talk about any of the movies Morricone worked on without mentioning him. His music transcends above the film medium and into eternity. Movies to me are my favorite medium because of those moments when the camera movements are rhythmically synched with the music which Leone understood better than any director ever. Thats…