Favorite films

  • Mulholland Drive
  • Paris, Texas
  • Le Samouraï
  • The Big Lebowski

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  • Gaslight


  • Get Out


  • Triangle of Sadness


Recent reviews

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Raiders of the Lost Ark


    Even the Big Bang Theory episode "The Raiders of Minimization“ can’t mess with the majesty of this film!

    Jonathan Rhys Davies as Sallah is the big heart of Raiders, I just wanna give him a big ol’ Marion Ravenwood smooch too!

    Watched with my 12yo son (not his first time), but I love how he laughs hysterically at the horrific ending to this film (ok maybe it’s not as frightening in this desensitised era, but that John Williams score tho!),…

  • The Getaway

    The Getaway


    Watched as part of Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Cinema Speculation’ series, and although it’s a breezy watch for the most part, it’s sadly let down by Ali McGraw’s not very believable performance, and ludicrous sub-plot involving Al Lettieri as a outrageous hostage-taking villain bent on revenge, which just took me out of the film every time we return to his antics. Not only that, it seems quite unbelievable that Ali McGraw’s character would be sexually interested in Ben Johnson’s Jack Benyon to…

Popular reviews

  • Caché



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “I like the multiplicity of books, because each book is different in the mind of each reader. It's the same with this film - if 300 people are in a cinema watching it, they will all see a different film, so in a way there are thousands of different versions of "Caché (Hidden)". The point being that, despite what TV shows us, and what the news stories tell us, there is never just one truth, there is only personal truth.”

  • Where Is My Friend's House?

    Where Is My Friend's House?


    Grandfather's Friend:''What I mean to say is, suppose the kid did nothing wrong. What would you do? What then?''
    Grandfather:''I'd find an excuse and give him a beating every other week. So he wouldn't forget.''

    Often it's the smallest and simplest observations on life that are the most emotionally resonant and impactful, as is the case with Abbas Kiarostami's 1987 film Where Is the Friend's Home?, where we see immense compassion and loyalty from a child who navigates a world…