• The Batman

    The Batman

    The Batman Delivered exactly what I was expecting nothing more nothing less but deep down I wanted this to be better.
    While the movie didn't do anything revolutionary it did a lot of things great, this is the best-looking Batman film by far, the mood and color, the way everything was presented is top-notch.
    Greig Fraser did magic, so many jaw-dropping shots.
    Pattinson did an amazing job as Batman his voice was perfect the movie has a couple of voice-overs…

  • Belfast



    The cinematography killed this movie.
    It was so frustrating watching this, I'm not going to pretend that I know what Lense fits better for a scene but I know when it doesn't feel right and the majority of the shot in Belfast is just that. overly intrusive and distant I mean how many windows shot and wide-angle do you need in a movie? you can capture the most amazing and beautiful shot but if it takes away from the experience it doesn't matter.

  • Nightmare Alley

    Nightmare Alley


    This has the same problem for me as the last GDT film but amplified, as I said before the love and attention of Guillermo is always there but it gets lost in this messy script, and what a waste of a great cast.

  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car


    The silence of this is brutal.

  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon


    Emotion, people, interaction with others being vulnerable, and treating each other the same way no matter how different they're is at the center of this emotionally driven film. Joaquin Phoenix again with one of the best performances of the year, it was Cumberbatch to lose but after this, I don't know.
    I loved the flow of the film never dull or over the top always focused on what it wanted to say loved the way they handled the long-distance relationship…

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  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    This might be my least favorite Edger Wright movie because it lacked the necessary restrain that this film desperately needs. I know Edger Wright and Restraint don't go together but if you want to tackle this kind of subject you need to respect the subject matter. But the film goes on full speed the whole time and values style over substance.
    The result is a technically well shot and stylized, beautifully acted, and with some great sequences, it's also messy and conflicted and in between.

  • Dune


    One of the best 155 min first acts I have ever seen, in all seriousness, I don't think you can do better with setting up the dune world than this. The cast was brilliant the visual the score and Denis restrain is remarkable, some people will say he played it safe but believing in your self to put almost a three-hour film with this Budget and doesn't give any scenes to service the audience and trust them that they will…

  • Candyman


    This is gorgeous I can't describe how beautifully shot this film is Nia DaCosta's camera work and framing is on another level.
    Candyman is a capable film filled with great shots and interesting ideas, but I couldn't really get into it. it was missing something, there was nothing to brings these things together it felt like scenes were put together randomly, and more often than not they don't fit together, loud noises after some scenes almost feel like a desperate…

  • CODA



    Electrifying emotion Coda has tons of scenes that will make you really feel for the character and the situation they are facing.
    The film starts great and it has its own voice and story it was surprisingly really funny and not heavy-handed the characters were mostly great some more than the others. My biggest problem was the middle of the film the way it handled the struggle and conflict between characters it was overly dramatic and unnecessarily complicated, with that…

  • Pig


    I feel this is going to grow on me a lot on a second viewing.
    It took me by surprise you go into the film with certain exceptions because obviously Nic Cage and the premise of the movie itself, and you are left at the end with something different something more profound and subdued yet frustrating, and full of emotion, hope, and appreciation.

    I don't want to talk about it that much I need a re-watch before making my mind but for now, it's well-acted brilliantly directed and the script says so much with too little dialogue and lots of pure humans emotion.

  • Paddington 2

    Paddington 2

    I mean it's no (Stuart Little) but a pretty good movie nonetheless.