Favorite films

  • City of God
  • Chungking Express
  • The Worst Person in the World
  • Possession

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Recent reviews

  • Past Lives

    Past Lives


    i think this may be the first time i've cried on the way home from the cinema, and also the first time that I've been so confused as to whether I was crying sad or happy tears. left me feeling hollow but in a strangely comforting way - it's the film version of a warm hug that you didn't realise you needed but allows you to just melt and let those emotions flood out. it makes your heart break so…

  • Oppenheimer



    first review in a bit, been having a weird one for a while but things now are very much looking up :)) 

    oppenheimer opens with a quote that is essentially a prophecy/synopsis for the monster of a film that you’re about to watch, and then proceeds to take you on a surprisingly fast-paced (but not rushed), uber-dramatic voyage through the political landscape of pre/during/post-WW2 US, the advancing of nuclear theory and quantum physics, and the creation and mainly political aftermath…

Popular reviews

  • The Queen's Gambit

    The Queen's Gambit


    anya taylor joy: *moves bishop to K4*

    me having never played chess in my life: 'OMG what a play she's humiliated him'

  • Boiling Point

    Boiling Point


    jesus fucking christ my heart nearly had a stroke. the fact that it's one take and the use of close ups elevated the stress, panic, and claustrophobia to a degree that was slightly painful to watch but at the same time an incredible and one of a kind viewing experience. i could've watched it for hours, every performance is so realistic and you have no idea what's gonna happen with each encounter. when the camera would follow a server walking…