Favorite films

  • mother!
  • The Isle
  • Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring
  • Cannibal Holocaust

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Recent reviews

  • Malignant



    Long had I waited to see James Wan return, in hopes, to save the horror movie which has been left in a state of uninspired decay ever since he kicked off "The Conjuring" and it's universe.
    Many have tried to emulate Wan's unique vision in said universe, some succeeded, some failed, and I could only sit back and think "Wan should've been here for that."

    And now here we are, finally, "Malignant" is out...a movie I've been anticipating for quite…

  • True Mothers

    True Mothers


    However much I love a slow burning movie, there is too slow.
    Beautiful and strong, but not interesting enough of a story to justify it's slow pace.
    I've only saw one movie from Naomi Kawasa and that was "An" (Sweet Bean), a movie I adore, and although "True Mothers" tells a gripping story, I couldn't connect with it, mostly due to it's beating around the bush approach of story telling. Acting talent, off the charts, gorgeous cinematography, but I guess I was expecting something more to come out of it's story.

Popular reviews

  • Ronin



    It's just so simple, assemble a crew, get a briefcase, tentions run high, can't trust this one, can't trust that one, bang, bang, car chase, boom!

    You gotta love it, I did, and I still do after all this time.
    Brilliant cast, I mean, you got Reno, De Niro, Jonathan Pryce, Natascha McElhone, Sean Bean and Stellan Skarsgard...what more do you want?

    It's straight to the point here. No fancy special effects or color corrections, just good choreography and stuntwork.
    I've said it back then, and I'll say it again, "Ronin" has the best car chases, period.

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    A great improvement from the previous installments, and I had many chuckles, especially during it's opening scene which I personally thought was...the best part of the entire movie.
    But hold your horses, I'm not shitting on this movie. For what it was, it was enjoyable and definitely one of the greatest DCCU movies to date, but I also need to be brutaly honest here. Was it all that great? To me, it seems this is a clear case over over-hyping…