“The Holy Mountain” managed to provide an unforgettable yet memorable cinematic experience. Continue reading The Holy Mountain (1973) – Images, Dreams, Photographs
“Shoplifters” is a complicated yet melancholic movie, gloomy, but important in providing a perspective about the theme. Continue reading Shoplifters (2018) – Choose Your Family
“Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” has a pointlessness where everything blurred out into dazzle and confused, free your mind. Continue reading Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) – The Art of Pointlessness
“Inside Llewyn Davis” is tragic, melancholy, sad, bitter, dark, yet charming, one of the best from Coen brothers. Continue reading Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) – Just a Perfect Day
“Children of Men” has its class between dystopia films or literature and science fiction in general. Continue reading Children of Men (2006) – The Last Days of the Human Race
“Apocalypse Now” is truly one of the best war films from all aspects and pushed everything into the darkness. Continue reading Apocalypse Now (1979) – The Horror, the Horror
“Samurai Champloo” is a show everyone should watch it because of all sorts of tension-filled action, mixed with humorous comedy. Continue reading Samurai Champloo (Spring 2004) – Death, Betrayal, Hip Hop!
“Once Upon a Time in the West” is a trip, an adventure, a thrilling movie with such a beautiful frame you couldn’t really find in movies today. Continue reading Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) – A Spaghetti Western Masterpiece
“Parasite” is fantastic in terms of criticism, messages, plot, tone, performance, score, etc., deserved more than anything. Continue reading Parasite (2019) – Misplaced Familyhood
“Annarasumanara” is definitely one of the best manhwas from its plot, characters, art, everything. Continue reading Annarasumanara (2010) – Do You Believe in Magic?