Favorite films

  • Groundhog Day
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Jurassic Park
  • Before Sunset

Recent activity

  • All Quiet on the Western Front


  • Narvik


  • The Pale Blue Eye


  • F9


Recent reviews

  • Before Sunset

    Before Sunset


    Before sunset has it all. The story, the deep connection between the two. It's one of those movies that gets you hooked right at the beginning. It's my favourite one of the trilogy and is important to see the first one (before sunrise) before you see this one in order to fully understand. 
    What stands out for me the most is how brilliantly dynamic the movie feels. Beautiful movie! Beautiful and interesting to look at for all the right reasons.

  • Dune



    Dune is the story about the Arrakis, the homeplanet of the local tribe 'The freeman' and the most valuable resource in the universe, called 'spice'. Paul Atreides, son of one of the famous intergalactic houses must travel to Arrakis to reclaim it from their enemies called the 'Harkonen' and reveal the meaning of the prophecy spoken by the intergalactic space-guru's called the Bene-Gesserit. Meanwhile, Paul gets dreams about a certain girl and his future on Arrakis where he has a…

Popular reviews

  • Arrival



    Never make a judge based on a trailer. In fact, I am Done with trailers these days. They not even destroy half of Your movie, they can also be very misguiding. What you see in trailers can shape your expectancy. I was for example convinced this movie was going to suck. Luckily it didn't. And you Barely see anything in the trailer of Arrival, so don't worry. But trailers in general. No more for me.
    Like Prisoners and Sicario it has…

  • Tenet



    The great thing about movies is that they make it possible for us to experience the impossible. There are certain things in real life we will never get to see. Certain experiences we will never get to experience. This will be one of those movie experiences for a lot of viewers.
    Nolan's newest movie, Tenet, is all about bending reality and searching for the extroardinary. It experiments with our Britt's most favourite concept; time. Handled in such cool and interesting…