Honestly, I have no idea how I can start this review in the best way possible. I think I'll just begin by saying that this movie is breathtaking. The Father is one of those films where you keep sitting while credits roll and where no matter how hard you try you just can't find anything negative. I mean, yeah, this isn't your classical drama movie but this is a masterpiece. Plus keep in mind... This is a directorial debut. Yet…
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Reading that Maika Monroe was in it was all I needed to know to start watching this. And she didn't disappoint.
She wasn't at her best but that could also be because of the dialogue which had it's moments where it was just not strong enough.
Tau is one of the most fast-paced films I have ever seen. The title card immediately dropped and the movie starts with no bullshitting. She has been kidnapped and done her first full try…
Oh, how much fun I had with this sci-fi horror film. Although Letterboxd doesn't tag it as a horror which I think is strange because it has all the elements.
The Call is unique in its genre by staying on earth and keeping science fiction to a minimum, by having normal characters and a normal atmosphere but just that one phone that can communicate between two different times. But it still really brings the genre to life.
The "time travel"…
I'm so glad that I can say this... The hype is real. We didn't (again) wait for a very long time for another disappointment. Dune is a masterpiece. And not your average blockbuster. It's a movie that's interesting for everyone... Teenagers wanna watch the movie because they're obsessed with a few of the cast members. Elders cause they have read the book when they were young. And cinephiles have waited for this movie for so freaking long. I went to…
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That is what I learned of Chloé Zhao's new masterpiece.
Nomadland is a very silent movie but with a strong message. There is dialogue but there also are a lot of very silent scenes. As a person myself who loves good dialogue in film and in real life. I totally didn't mind the silence in this movie. Frances McDormand made it look like it wasn't silence what I…