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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    I dream of a multiverse where more movies would be as clever and original as EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE (2022). I dream of a multiverse where Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan are household superstars to everyone, as they deliver some of the funniest, heartfelt, warm and real performances of the year if not ever in this timeline. I dream of a multiverse where the Daniels' multiverse movie makes a billion dollars instead of the shlock that is DOCTOR…

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Let us all greet blockbusters worst enemy: the third act. This is where your story reaches an ultimate climax. Where elaborated conflicts are solved, and maybe even hints of what'll come in an eventual sequel, or whatever life has in store for our fictional characters and their ongoing journeys, are set up. So why is it so many films, especially superhero movies, shatter when this part ensues? Maybe the answer is obvious. Finishing a story is always hard. Everybody likes…

Recent reviews

  • Popcorn



    Like Joe Dante's MATINEE (1993) POPCORN (1991) celebrates cinema and every feeling it bring, and this lighthearted slasher seems designed to to midnight screenings at your local drive-in. Fun, campy and full of cinematic references from the Kenneth Anger avant-garde inspired cursed videos, Argento lightning and PHANTOM OF THE OPERA inspired murderer. Lots of fun!

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Popular reviews

  • Enola Holmes

    Enola Holmes


    There's a lot of people-being-drowned-in-toilets scenes out there, and whenever I see one I think to myself: "If it was me I would struggle for a while and then play dead, only to gain momentum, get my head up and fight back". To this day I had never seen this done in a film so I just want to thank ENOLA HOLMES (2020) for finally doing the logical thing that only took 120 years of cinema. Well done! Besides forever changing the course of drowning-in-toilet-scenes this Sherlock Holmes spin-off is sweet and innocent without much at risk.

  • After We Fell

    After We Fell

    Sorry babe, but the military boxing gloves stay on during sex.