• Shiva Baby

    Shiva Baby


    I thought this movie was about a girl named Shiva who gets struck by electromagnetic force which turns her into a baby, but that was good too.

  • The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth


    β€œWho can be wise, amazed, temperate and furious, loyal and neutral, in an instant? No man.”

    A storytelling gem masterfully crafted with beautiful cinematography, poetic writing and an incredible performance from one of my all time favorite actors Denzel Washington.

  • The Vigil

    The Vigil


    Basic β€˜lock the protagonist with a possessed dead body in a room and let them work it out amongst themselves’ plot, but the intense sound effects and great visuals make it a really not bad horror movie.

  • The Stylist

    The Stylist

    It got off to an interesting start, has a WTF ending (can’t argue with that) and in between is a good time, a good time for nap, maybe.

  • Blue Ruin

    Blue Ruin


    DAMN! That was such a good movie!

    It starts off on a very calm note giving you a false impression of being a slow burn and also giving out too little information but just enough to keep us going.Β 

    And with the premise being quite insane while not actually being unrealistic, it turns out to be an intense ride that’s very cleverly directed and laid out.

    Way to go, movie I didn’t know existed up until a while ago!

  • Frailty



    How on earth haven’t I heard about this movie up until a couple of months ago?!

    It has a very interesting premise that keeps you wondering, a stellar cast and a couple of good twists under its sleeves.

    Director Bill PaxtonΒ did a good job pacing this movie so that it’s neither long nor boring.

    I think Frailty is pretty underrated and deserves more recognition.

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    Edgar Wright proves himself once more to be a very talented director but this time he takes his shot in the horror genre. He brings us a visually stunning thriller that’s haunting and stylish at the same time.

    It does, however, take quite a bit of time to get down to business and I really think it didn’t have to be that long. Also, it struggles when it come to uncovering plot twists and avoiding predictability which resulted in these…

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    The French Dispatch has the charm of Wes Anderson’s style of filmography that I’ve grown to love over the years. It’s - as expected - quite enjoyable even if a little hard to follow up at times.
    The cast is pretty great and it doesn’t hurt that it’s filled with familiar face from other Wes Anderson films.

    Also, I’d like to declare having a huge crush on LΓ©a Seydoux. πŸ₯Ί

  • Copshop



    Well, that was surprisingly amusing.

    Director Joe Carnahan kept the it simple and light on its feet and what a great call that was! I loved the back and forth Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo have on screen and hope to see them together more in the future. Alexis Louder was also pretty good.

    There isn’t much to say about it other than it was a nice change of pace from the types of movies I tend to lean towards (for instance: not action movies).

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up


    This was fun. Definitely not a compliment.

    I mean, you don’t assemble such an incredible cast and stack it with A-List actors only to make an insecure movie that doesn’t know how serious it wants to take itself however mildly entertaining it turns out to be.

    So, yeah, it is a fun watch which is much less than I expected to feel about it going in.

  • 28 Days Later

    28 Days Later


    Who would’ve thought that a very regular movie could make quite an irregular zombie flick just by not trying too hard!

    It’s got great acting and depth to the characters and story which is seen rarely in zombie films of the more serious nature.

    Even though I wasn’t in love with the visuals and camera work, I think they went with the general atmosphere.

    Ps: The creators of this movie really have a different idea of glass than I do. πŸ˜‚

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    I think even Martin Scorsese would agree that this is epic.