Favorite films

  • Only Angels Have Wings
  • His Girl Friday
  • Rio Bravo
  • El Dorado

Recent activity

  • Alien: Covenant


  • Prometheus


  • Alien Resurrection


  • Alien³


Pinned reviews

  • Heat



    "Cause she's got a great ass... and you got your head all the way up it!"

    Al Pacino, even though he became an acting legend for playing onscreen gangsters, is at his very best as cop Vincent Hannah in what I believe to be THE movie of the 1990s: Heat.

    Heat is in many ways a modern western with the relationship and evolving mutual respect between Al Pacino and Robert De Niro at its center, even though it takes some…

  • The Searchers

    The Searchers


    Europe has Homer's Odyssey, the Americans have John Ford's The Searchers. The movie is the essence of the American west, it's final scene the essence of moviemaking.

Recent reviews

  • Aliens



    First time watching the 1990 Director's Cut and I must say it's even better than the Theatrical Release I have only seen thus far, which is quite an accomplishment. Aliens (both the 1986 and 1990 version) is one of the best, if not the best, (sci-fi) action movies ever made. Period.

    The Director's Cut added a few additional scenes which, especially at the beginning of the movie, give some additional emotional weight to what happens later on. Principally the 'Interstellar'…

  • Man on Fire

    Man on Fire


    “Forgiveness is between them and God. It's my job to arrange the meeting.”

    Man on Fire is more or less the definition of the cliché revenge story and redemption arc, the action scenes are not that thrilling and I really don’t like Tony Scott’s editing style and shaky camera. Yet, despite all these flaws, Man on Fire has always been one of my favourite Denzel Washington films, mainly because of Denzel Washington. His performance as Creasy is what saves Man…

Popular reviews

  • The Stranger

    The Stranger


    “No! He still follows his warrior gods marching to Wagnerian strains, his eyes still fixed upon the firey sword of Siegfried, and he knows subterranean meeting places that you don't believe in. The German's dream world comes alive when he takes his place in shining armor beneath the banners of the Teutonic knights. Mankind is waiting for the Messiah, but for the German, the Messiah is not the Prince of Peace. No, he's... another Barbarossa... another Hitler.”

    Only Orson Welles…

  • Black Narcissus

    Black Narcissus


    The greatest achievement of Black Narcissus is that not for a second do you even consider that the film was entirely shot in Pinewood Studios