Favorite films

  • Long Day's Journey Into Night
  • Caché
  • mother!
  • Rebels of the Neon God

Recent activity

  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower


  • Nope


  • The White Ribbon


  • Ms .45


Recent reviews

  • The White Ribbon

    The White Ribbon


    Michael Haneke did it again!

    An ambiguous but thought-provoking parable on the origins of evil set in the rural pre-WWI Germany. The film carefully examines how evilness came into fruition and how the community we grew up in can influence this. At first, I can't keep up with all the events and characters, but then the ending came and it all just clicked together! It offers no easy answers, but it's pretty clear what Haneke's trying to say by the…

  • Aberya



    Ka chuya gud ani. Alienating siya at first pero kadugayan, natingala og nalingaw nalang ko sa iya pagka ambisyoso og kakuyaw. Wa kaayo ko kasabot sa ubang parte sa salida kung unsa jud ang gusto nila ipasabot, pero ang journey worth it gihapon. Ganahan kos upat nga characters og sa ilang mga storya pero akong paborito jud kay ang sa drug dealer haha

Popular reviews

  • The Virgin Suicides

    The Virgin Suicides


    "We knew the girls were really women in disguise, that they understood love, and even death, and that our job was merely to create the noise that seemed to fascinate them."

    I'm surprised on how insanely brilliant this film was. Sofia Coppola did an outstanding job on her feature directorial debut. As of now, I've only seen three of her films (this, Lost in Translation, and The Bling Ring) and I'm confident to say that this is my favorite of…

  • Spontaneous



    Lame poster. Bonkers concept. Surprisingly deep. Very timely.

    Spontaneous is a sweet and charming love story, a darkly comic bloody horror, an absurdist dramedy, and a relatable coming-of-age story rolled into one.

    That final monologue really sticks with me. What a perfect way to end the film.