Raphael Georg Klopper

"As far back as I can remenber, I've always wanted to be a filmaker!"

Favorite films

  • Kiss Me Deadly
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Stalker
  • Apocalypse Now

Recent activity

  • The Song of Bernadette


  • The Big Shave


  • Europe '51


  • Pearl of the South Pacific


Recent reviews

  • The Song of Bernadette

    The Song of Bernadette


    Despite of what your stance over Catholic/Christian faith stands, or sees this movie as nothing but a classic big Oscar-bait turd propagandist preaching; is undeniable the majestic power on which director Henry King brings to the making of The Song of Bernadette.

    Bringing Franz Werfel's novel into life in the format that finds a thin line of an historical biopic and an dramatic epic over the life of Saint Bernadette of Lourdes, that becomes the ground of a meticulous and…

  • The Big Shave

    The Big Shave


    Persistence to empty results, an endless cycle of no returns – just listen closely to Bunny Berigan's I Can't Get Started and you have solved the charade of what Scorsese was up to here, revealing the mentality of stain the white of your soul to keep American flag beaming in red that sacrificed so many for nothing but a endless spitting shower of blood.

    Psychological drama, war trauma, surreal expressionism covered in bleak sense of humor, Scorsese’s The Big Shave

Popular reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    I don’t know if anyone is going to be disappointed for me saying this but…for the truck load of buzz around this one, I was expecting something even more insane and insulting to arouse the divisive opinions!

    That lead to the endless debating if the movie is the most ludicrous original masterpiece of the last century that gives meaning to endless creative imagination when directors have the freedom and the will to pull something unique… or just the bank commercial…

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    “The best DC/Superhero movie since <The Dark Knight” – has already become a scratchy refrain that “expert critics” have already turned into a mold to copy with each new DC release that goes against everything that went “wrong” in the last years of tenure at Warner and their miserable attempts to match Marvel in building their own shared universe.

    While in the midst of all this, with studios increasingly concerned with just leveraging franchises – and while this film is…