• The Nun II

    The Nun II


    Hey sister! (Catholic version)

  • Barbie



    She’s me I’m her!

  • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny


    Great depiction of North African countries as usual in the Indiana Jones franchise

  • Sisu



    Terminator in Nazi Germany

  • The Covenant

    The Covenant


    Very simple but extremely effective, Guy Ritchie has an interesting approach to the plotline although the take on the subject remains very naive. It's well-made and very enjoyable despite the long runtime.

  • Ghosted



    I don’t think our two leads filmed a scene together.. no chemistry whatsoever.

  • Murder Mystery 2

    Murder Mystery 2


    Dumb, lazy, and unfunny but at least we get to have the Jennifer Aniston Adam Sandler duo back.

  • John Wick: Chapter 4

    John Wick: Chapter 4


    Keanu looks so tired

  • Dark Water

    Dark Water


    Absolutely loved the atmosphere and the build-up on this one. The whole story is centered around a social issue with supernatural elements implemented into it, the last act is what hits the most and sums up the tragic feel of it all.

  • The Swimmers

    The Swimmers


    Apart from the heavy emotions the story itself procures, the movie is very conventional in its structure and storytelling, it focused so heavily on the immigration sequences that the whole Olympic champion part felt rushed, many of the characters are underdeveloped but the sincerity of the relationships and the hardship faced by them forges the way to compassion and attachment.

  • When You Finish Saving The World

    When You Finish Saving The World


    This is a decent directorial debut. The idea isn't very original, it feels slow at times but the script works and the characters although unlikeable are very relatable.

  • Babylon



    Damien Chazelle never disappoints