• Pleasure



    Everybody comes to Hollywood
    They wanna make it in the neighborhood
    They like the smell of it in Hollywood
    How could it hurt you when it looks so good?

    more pegging in cinema, please.

  • Genesis



    Ma plus grosse claque de cinéma Québecois depuis Mommy.

    Quand je dis que ça vaut la peine de voir ce film avec une nouvelle personne/foule plusieurs fois juste pour la réaction aux 20 dernières minutes, je blague pas. J’ai jamais vu une seule séquence lancer autant de débat, de chaos et de confusion. Ça c’est du grand cinéma.

    À chaque visionnement, je me laisse éprendre par la magie et la cruauté de Genèse. Les clôtures et murs qui entourent l’univers…

  • Parasite




  • Annette


    Anyone with a good relationship with their dad claiming they understand this is lying to you. 

    Far from being a film I would call a favourite (still not sure if I even like it) but for sure the most cinema I’ve seen in a 2021 film. 

    Five stars for every second Baby Annette was on screen, the rest is just beautiful gowns to me. Simultaneously a 2, 4 and 5 star movie; hence the lack of a rating again.

    The end…

  • Thelma & Louise

    Thelma & Louise


    30 years have passed and I’m stunned at just how relevant this still is.

  • Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra

    Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra


    Le cinéma Français a vraiment atteint son sommet avec ça

  • In Front of Your Face

    In Front of Your Face


    Possibly the most touching film in the Hong Sang-soo catalogue I’ve seen as well as his most gently liberating effort with it’s masterful last moments.

  • The Sound of Music

    The Sound of Music


    the blueberry to blue strawberry pipeline still holds up as one of the best movie moments ever.

  • Titanic



    I know the end, as much as everyone else. I remember every scene, every line in English that I can still hear in their French-Canadian dubbing inside my head. And despite all that I still have to hold in tears during the entire third act which seems to get scarier every time I watch it.

  • France



    The day has come, I finally sort of connected to a Bruno Dumont movie without having to convince myself that it doesn’t suck! 

    Very dense, as easy as the satire can get it has an impenetrable quality to it. Layers upon layers to unpack in a thousand different possible interpretations. 

    Léa Seydoux’s most accomplished performance since Blue Is The Warmest Colour.

  • The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections



  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car

    i am not the target audience for this movie. is it my headache or my limited life experience? no clue. nothing to dislike in there but the few things i cared for were so far in between.