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  • A Bronx Tale
  • Blow Out
  • Phantom Thread
  • Arrival

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  • The Big Heat


  • The Mummy


  • Hombre


  • Atlantic City


Pinned reviews

  • Dune



    A film so grand in scope and rich in its dreamlike storytelling, in which Dennis Villeneuve is able to elevate an already thoughtful material with his vision. A scene isn't just a scene, it's an event with methodical build-up to it and Dennis achieves this without losing the intimate sensibilities. The cinematography is so boldly uncommon for a film like this one, yet it is fitting to the shadowy and vulnerable universe. Pretty faithful, yet the subtle changes allow this to be a unique self-discovery film. Dennis Villeneuve has done it once again.

    Denis Villeneuve Ranked

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    An iteration that leans hard to film noir, from the broody narration to the intricate plotting and to the high-level corruption, delivering a full-on procedural. Matt Reeves knew that to bring something new to the table, he would need to go a little further than the other iterations of the past, and what better way to do that than to deepen, twist and question the past and internal conflict of the character? All the mystery elements of the film are…

Recent reviews

  • The Big Heat

    The Big Heat


    THE BIG HEAT isn't as complex as other noir films but it certainly is one of the bleakest out there. It has a straightforward plot and it establishes the corruptive atmosphere pretty quickly, turning this into a cruel film with an unrelenting depiction of violence. It also plays with the femme fatale figure, which is something you don't see often.

  • The Mummy

    The Mummy


    A big, clumsily told spectacle that is increasingly bizarre with the presence of Tom Cruise. Seriously miscast and watching a legend deliver dialogue that laughable and acting as a generic Hollywood lead is just odd. A famous Hollywood Chris would have been a more fitting choice for such forgettable material.

Popular reviews

  • Mission: Impossible - Fallout

    Mission: Impossible - Fallout


    Not sure if Mission: Impossible – Fallout is the best action flick since Fury Road, but is still pretty damn good. After 5 movies it's really refreshing to see Ethan dealing with the consequences of previous missions, as that only elevates the stakes. It's a movie with gorgeous cinematography, with incredible stunts and an amazing supporting cast, as everyone brings something to the table. Vanessa Kirby and Henry Cavill are great additions to the cast. Michelle Monaghan comes back to…

  • CODA


    Nice to know that the Academy now recognizes Disney Channel as prestige cinema.