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Where I talk about movies, TV shows and other things close to my heart.


Audition (1999) Review – Chillingly Mesmerising

This movie became kind of a legend for me. I’ve been hearing about it from all different sources on the Internet, and unfortunately one of them managed to spoil one of the key scenes for me. At the time, I didn’t think of it that much, as I thought there will be more than this, […]

Mank (2020) Review – Kane Before Citizen

I should have loved this movie. After all, it’s made by David Fincher (his first movie since 2014’s Gone Girl) about one of the most influential movies of all time, Citizen Kane (1941). On top of that, the script was written by Fincher’s late dad Jack Fincher (the movie is also dedicated to him), Gary Oldman […]

Friday (1995) Review – Life in A Day

The 90’s were a decade, where you got a few smaller movies, that are considered almost untouchable cult classics nowadays, where even if you haven’t seen the movie, you’d know some quotes, or even memes. Office Space (1999) comes to mind instantly and Friday is definitely in this conversation too. We all have seen/used the […]

Blade Runner 2049 (2017) Review – A Worthy Sequel

As many other movie fans, when I learned Hollywood is making a sequel to Blade Runner (1982, my review here) I was worried, as if the last 15 years or so had taught us anything, it’s rarely a good idea to make a sequel 10/20 years later. Usually, I would give you couple of examples, […]

Blade Runner (1982) Review – Replicants, Unicorns and Tears in the Rain

Out of all the movies I have seen in my (relatively) short life, this is the movie where my opinion has changed the most on. Because as most of movie fans now know, when comes to Blade Runner, it’s all about the cut you watch. And unfortunately, I think I’ve seen the “normal” one first, […]

Missing Link (2019) Review – Cute, Funny and Charming

Let’s get one thing straight – Missing Link is definitely one of the “lesser” Laika movies (the studio behind such gems like Corpse Bride (2005), or my personal favourite Kubo and the Two Strings (2016)) but it’s almost like saying “Pixar’s lesser movie”. Because as with them, even their “lesser” movie is still really, really well made, […]

The Devil’s Own (1997) Review – Promising Start, Underwhelming Finish

The Devil’s Own is your typical “story of two movies”. The first half is really great, because it’s full of promise, it’s almost all setup for something big to come. For a great finale, for a great “punchline” almost. And it just never comes. Or, what comes is the bare minimum you’d expect to come…? […]

But I’m a Cheerleader (1999) Review – Funny, Charming and RuPaul!

This movie reminded me why I love movies that are older, even if by only 20 something years. As every movie (as long as it’s not historical drama or something along those lines) is a time capsule of an era, or a certain time period. But I’m a Cheerleader deals with the fact that Megan […]

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Review (Seasons 1 -2) – Shantay… UK, Hun?

First RuPaul conquered USA with RuPaul’s Drag Race (2009 – , my review here). Shortly after, he gave some queens the chance to prove themselves again in RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (2012 – , my review here). So the next logical step towards the world’s drag dominance was… UK? At first, I was slightly […]

Jojo Rabbit (2019) Review – F*ck Off, Hitler!

Ever since I’ve seen the first trailer for Jojo Rabbit, I knew that this will be a film like no other. I had faith, as Taika Waititi has proven himself several times now (from What We Do in the Shadows (2014), Thor: Ragnarok (2017) to somewhat underseen and underappreciated Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016) which if […]


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