Design a site like this with
Get started

Lost in Translation (2003) – Movie Review

There are movies, and then there are movies that make you reflect on your life and make you think. Lost in Translation is the film that made me understand what it is like to be alone and isolated in the world and the film deals with the themes of isolation, loneliness, insomnia, culture differences and life crisis.Continue reading “Lost in Translation (2003) – Movie Review”


La La Land (2016) – Movie Review

Have you ever had a movie that left you amazed in its first watch? A movie that blew you away completely? La La Land was that movie for me. This movie had been on my watchlist for a long time and upon finally seeing it, I was surprised by it. La La Land not only revitalized the musical genreContinue reading “La La Land (2016) – Movie Review”

Now You See Me (2013) – Movie Review

I think a lot of people say that they love this movie and that it’s a visual feast. I’ve heard about this movie before and I know it has a sequel that was released in 2016, so I watched this film with my sister and mom and this might be an upopular opinion, I enjoyedContinue reading “Now You See Me (2013) – Movie Review”

American Psycho (2000) – Movie Review

The late 90s were really a time where cinema was hard railing against consumerism. A great example of this is Fight Club, which tackled the idea so well. While it may not reach the same level of impact as Fight Club, American Psycho is also a great example of this as well. This is aContinue reading “American Psycho (2000) – Movie Review”

A Fistful of Dollars (1964) – Movie Review

Once upon a time, the western films were America’s most prominent genre, where it was made popular by John Ford in the 1930s. Many filmmakers have put their stamp on the genre, but not as much as Sergio Leone, an Italian filmmaker who changed the game forever when he released the Man with No NameContinue reading “A Fistful of Dollars (1964) – Movie Review”