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Fight Club (1999) – Movie Review

Directed by David Fincher and based on the 1996 film of the same name, Fight Club revolves around an unnamed narrator suffering from amnesia, who is discontented with his life until he meets a soap maker named Tyler Durden, whom he forms a friendship with. Both men start a fight club and the narrator getsContinue reading “Fight Club (1999) – Movie Review”


Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) – Trailer Review

WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the trailer of Spider-Man: Far From Home. I suggest you watch the trailer, then go back to this reaction. Spider-Man has always been one of my favorite superheroes growing up, alongside Wolverine, Hulk, Iron Man and so on. I will always remember the time when I first saw the original Spider-ManContinue reading “Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) – Trailer Review”

American Beauty (1999) – Movie Review

This review formed a part of the Year of Birth Films event hosted by the Fresh The task was to pick and review a film from our year of birth. I was born in the year 1999, and as someone who was born in that year, I could have picked a classic released in ’99, suchContinue reading “American Beauty (1999) – Movie Review”

Before Sunrise (1995) – Movie Review

Have you ever seen a film that left you speechless for just how good it is? You know, I have never exactly been into romance movies. I´m more into action flicks and indie movies, so I wasn’t into these kind of movies. However, I wanted to try watch at least one romance movie and IContinue reading “Before Sunrise (1995) – Movie Review”

American History X (1998) – Movie Review

Considered to be one of the most controversial films ever made at the time of its release, American History X is a film that is ahead of its time, as it tackles issues such as racism, violence and the Neo-Nazi movement that is sadly prevalent today, given the current situation of the world. It providesContinue reading “American History X (1998) – Movie Review”

Scarface (1983) – Movie Review

I haven’t watched this movie in a long time. I remember when my father told me that he used to watch this film when he was younger and I have seen scenes from the film on Youtube and watched the film as well. In hindsight, Scarface may not a masterpiece, but it’s a great character study thatContinue reading “Scarface (1983) – Movie Review”

Jaws (1975) – Movie Review

Highly considered to be one of the greatest, scariest and most influential films of all time, Jaws is not only the film that made Steven Spielberg into a household name, it also changed the way Hollywood promoted its films, pioneering the summer blockbuster cinema and establishing the modern Hollywood business model. It also inspired three sequels, butContinue reading “Jaws (1975) – Movie Review”

Tarzan (1999) – Movie Review

The final film in Disney’s Renaissance era and one of the films that shaped my childhood, Tarzan is one of these film that evoke a sense of nostalgia to me, as I used to watch it a lot when I was younger. Disney’s take on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ character does justice to the character andContinue reading “Tarzan (1999) – Movie Review”

Dazed and Confused (1993) – Movie Review

Perfectly documenting the wild lifestyle of the 1970s, capturing the magiacal vibe os the decade and featuring memorable dialogue and an ensemble cast of future actors, Dazed and Confused is a brilliant coming-of-age story that serves as a wonderful love letter to the decade that the director, Richard Linklater, had experienced, leaving the audience immersedContinue reading “Dazed and Confused (1993) – Movie Review”

A Clockwork Orange (1971) – Movie Review

Having seen five Stanley Kubrick films, I was waiting to watch A Clockwork Orange right after 2001: A Space Odyssey, but since I’ve been a bit busy, I had to postpone it. However, now that I’ve watched it, I will be telling you my opinion of the film. Considered to be one of the mostContinue reading “A Clockwork Orange (1971) – Movie Review”