a diamond in a sea of glass
i've just found another favorite, the worst person in the world might be the best film in the world, i'm kidding but it's definitely saying something and has put a spark on me. this is the perfect romance y'all should definitely watch, it's very original in storytelling, has some creative production, insane sequences and has phenomenal performances from renate reinsve and anders danielsen lie that that will break you heart to pieces. it's not only masterful because of how they…
i saw the devil never holds back to violence. every moments are so hard to watch, it keeps giving and giving it's hard to digest them all together. choi min-sik played such a convincing pyschopatic character, the uncomfortableness i felt with his performance is unmatched and lee byung-hun's range of emotions was outstanding. the ending made me tear up a little but let's not forget to talk about kim jee-woon because he should not be overlooked as he's also one of the most impressive directors out there in korea.
spencer might be one my favorite films of the year. it was crafted masterfully and seemed like it was handled with care. the cinematography was rich and stunning as expected from claire mathon who did the photography for the portrait of a lady on fire but let's not be fooled by its beauty because this film depicts mental illness in one of the most darkest of ways. the struggles of diana spencer in this psychological drama were personally distressing as…
black widow was painfully dissapointing. i'm sorry but i really don't get the hype. the movie has the energy that every spy-comedy movie has. instead on making the movie serious as it should have been for natasha, they focused too much on the humor the lead character almost treated like a joke. the fight choreography was such a disgrace, it looked so basic i can't handle it. i can't believe we had to go through to a top-tier…