Favorite films

  • Schindler's List
  • GoodFellas
  • Dunkirk
  • Little Miss Sunshine

Recent activity

  • Air


  • A Most Violent Year


  • Reservoir Dogs


  • No Country for Old Men


Recent reviews

  • Air



    It is always great to watch Matt and Ben working together

    Air, a movie with high pace, comedy , great cast, good screenplay that will make you thrilled for 2 hours

    but it is not kind of movies that I will watch again

    It has its flaws, few transition between scenes didn't make any sense, scenes that do not feed to the story

    especially the scene when Matt demon talk to the guy in the bar then make him…

  • Reservoir Dogs

    Reservoir Dogs


    Yeah , it is the first time i watch Reservoir Dogs.
    from one of my favorite directors Tarantino

    If you didn't tell me who directed that movie i am gonna say someone who trying to imitate Tarantino film

    It felt so chaos

    as Roger Ebert review it
    ""As for the movie, I liked what I saw, but I wanted more. I know the story behind the movie - Tarantino promoted the project from scratch, on talent and nerve - and…

Popular reviews

  • No Country for Old Men

    No Country for Old Men


    It is amazing and weird at the same time how we observe movie as time pass in our lives

    When I was young my favorite character in the movie was Antwan sugar :)
    Now it is the the Sheriff

    And that made me wonder May be something happened in my life that change my perspective about something..

    A good movie Is layered one that each time you watch it you find something new

  • The Truman Show

    The Truman Show


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

    Truman Showprovides two themes
    1-"" You accept the world you're given, , which is that we accept almost everything in our lives without examining it very closely""

    2-"" the new values that technology is forcing on humanity ""
    Because we can engineer genetics, because we can telecast real lives--of course we must, right? But are these good things to do? The irony is, the people who will finally answer that question will be the very ones produced by the process.

    Roger Ebert