Incredible. Everything I wanted. But after waiting so long, it feels weird to say I’ve seen it.
Hans Zimmer is also great as always.
Stuart: A Life Backwards 2007
Recently, I have become partially obsessed with character studies - seeing how events shape a person's psyche. This obsession showed me several perspectives - however, nothing comes close to this devastating tale about Stuart and how his 'wiring' changes throughout his life.
Léon: The Professional 1994
Yes, Mathilda's over-sexualisation is somewhat revolting, and Leon's character can be dull.
But nothing can take away from the beauty of this extraordinary relationship between a Hitman and a young 12-year-old girl, who in her own way is portraying a modern and more or less grotesque interpretation of Cinderella in New York.
Spider-Man: No Way Home 2021
Personally, this is the best thing that has come out of the MCU. With the cameos and the references, it's easy to say that this is made for the fan and not some random group of people, however, just like End-Game and Return of the Jedi. Those films don't work without their predecessors. The same can be said for this - the MCU is a show, just on the big screen. Yes, it is excellent compared to every other Marvel…