Favorite films

  • Prisoners
  • Mulholland Drive
  • Fight Club
  • Apocalypse Now

Recent activity

  • Love, Death & Robots: Three Robots: Bad Travelling


  • The Handmaiden


  • Fallen Angels


  • In the Mood for Love


Pinned reviews

  • The Secret in Their Eyes

    The Secret in Their Eyes


    There is a considerable amount of films that a person can praise because they were so well made. Others that make you cry because they were so emotional or relatable. A few that make you question how a certain scene was shot so masterfully that it almost looks impossible to replicate. There are screenplays with certain words combined in a certain way that can make you reflect about things that never crossed your mind before, or in this case, how…

  • Requiem for a Dream

    Requiem for a Dream


    Cinema peaked in 2000 with this film. Only Requiem for a Dream to get my feet freezing and my mind completely numb. It doesn't matter if I'm watching this for the second or third time because it's just as shocking and terrifying as the first experience. I can't count with my fingers the number of films that affect me as much as this one and that lingered on my mind for so long.
    It's simply a raw and unforgettable masterpiece.

Recent reviews

  • Love, Death & Robots: Three Robots: Bad Travelling

    Love, Death & Robots: Three Robots: Bad Travelling


    If it wasn't for the thriller/suspense aspect and the well-established atmosphere this would have been mid. The story is extremely unrealistic (especially with the climax) although it depicts some important aspects of human nature such as survival, betrayal, and ego. The animation is incredible and Fincher's direction, as I said before, was a major contribution to a pleasing and gripping experience.

  • The Handmaiden

    The Handmaiden


    I want to slap myself for not giving this 5 stars on the first watch. This is just perfect. Flawless filmmaking.

Popular reviews

  • Spencer



    Spencer is not your typical biopic, nor a story about the life of Princess Diana.
    It's an arthouse film that dives into the psyche of a hurting and sorrowful person, in which there's a presence of metaphors and dream sequences that convey feelings of suffering, isolation, and alienation. It's an eerie and confusing trip to Diana's subconscious, it's a character study more than anything else. And it's beautiful.
    If you are not into slow-burns or films that don't focus on the story, just like Green Knight, this might not be for you.
    What an amazing performance by Kristen Stewart.

  • Funny Games

    Funny Games


    Breaking the fourth wall just like in "Scream" while delivering some raw and shocking bits of ultra-violence just like in "Clockwork Orange."
    This movie is fucking insane and watching it is an agonizing experience.