Favorite films

  • The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Children of Men
  • Cure

Recent activity

  • Kaguya-sama: Love Is War -The First Kiss That Never Ends-

  • The Wind That Shakes the Barley


  • Christine


  • Night on the Galactic Railroad


Recent reviews

  • Kaguya-sama: Love Is War -The First Kiss That Never Ends-

    Kaguya-sama: Love Is War -The First Kiss That Never Ends-

    I’m so utterly baffled so let’s say this is a temporary score and let me just get everything out right now

    4 days ago I started watching Kaguya Sama. And 16 hours worth of content later I’m done.

    Overall this show is a revelation for me. Easily Leapfrogging into maybe a top 5 favorite show for me all time.

    There’s this flying sensation I feel physically when I watch something that I find I guess like “transcendent” in a sense.…

  • The Wind That Shakes the Barley

    The Wind That Shakes the Barley


    By all means nothing exceptionally groundbreaking. Just a very finely made film. Whenever o thought it was teetering on just solid it has one of those scenes that just suck you back into it.

    Cillian Murphy is magnetic and does so much with this character. Truly a multitude of great characters that we see sometimes in just glimpses. Although the character whose govern the most attention is the landscape. There’s so many scenes where the natural beauty of the area just overcomes the rest of the shot.

    I can definitely see this getting better for me on rewatch.

Popular reviews

  • Vive L'Amour

    Vive L'Amour


    A film that’s entirely suffocating in its loneliness.

    Somehow Ming-Liang was able to create such an expressive film with such little dialogue. I think there is under 100 lines in it.

    Just a entrapping experience that subjects you to barren loneliness and hornyness.

  • Che: Part Two

    Che: Part Two


    Defiantly not as brilliant as the first but still a fitting conclusion.

    In contrast to the grandeur and beauty of the first, part two is bleak. Taking the vibrant golds and blues and dimming them into just grey oblivion.

    The cinematography takes a sharp turn into this makeshift Cinema Verite type style that gives this lo-fi/documentary feel to the film. 

    Benico takes the calculated and charismatic Che from part one and slowly breaks him down into the disheveled mess he…