• Raw



    Marteau d'armée

  • Avatar: The Way of Water

    Avatar: The Way of Water


    Can't believe people actually claim that this is just the exact same as the first movie but with water. They also say "bro" so much more in this one.

  • The Whale

    The Whale


    This is not unlike Blonde in the sense that it could be a lot better in the hands of a filmmaker willing to approach the story with some empathy. Performances and technical aspects are all very good, but what ultimately holds this film back for me is its cruelty.

    Aronofsky can be a fantastic director but he also has no chill. He wasn't the right choice as director here in my opinion.

  • Magic Mike

    Magic Mike



  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love


    I love this film (get it? like the title)

  • Babylon



    This is absolutely the exhausting chaotic epic that it was marketed as, but it also has so much more to unpack beneath its surface. Yes there's a ton of swearing, drugs, alcohol, sex, nudity, piss, shit, vomit etc.... But there's also a very strong emotional core here about the endless evolution of Hollywood and the film industry: how it sucks in young idealistic artists with all of that chaotic allure, gives them everything, and then spits them out like they're…

  • Good Will Hunting

    Good Will Hunting


    The best film of 1997

  • Baby Driver

    Baby Driver


    Awesome film but why isn't New Orleans Instrumental No. 1 by R.E.M. included on the official soundtrack Edgar Wright??? Literally the best song in the best scene in the film.

  • TÁR



    This definitely deserves a rewatch because pretty much every scene recontextualizes the story and the woman that you've been watching up until now. I can already say that it's pretty great though.

    I knew nothing about this going in so it did take me a minute to fully get into it. But once I realised that really what I was watching wasn't the rise of this chatacter, but her downfall, I was totally hooked.

    I really wouldn't have expected that…

  • M3GAN



    I feel like this could have been great if it had a director willing to go absolutely crazy with it (James Wan would have been perfect).

    Occasionally it's pretty dark and funny but unfortunately for most of its runtime it just feels like the standard January horror film I see every year.

    It's worth supporting just to see what they call the sequels though.

  • Searching



    My favourite part was when I was Searching for the blu ray beforehand. So immersive.

  • Batman & Robin

    Batman & Robin

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Was rooting for Alfred to die after seeing his computer password