I highly recommend this movie to everyone, whether you're a fan of art cinema or just looking for a mainstream film to ease into at the end of a stressful day. Mesmerizing, inspiring, heart-wrenching, and I'd watch it all over …
Lost in Translation is for those who have the patience for indie films that focus more on character development than on a driving plot with an obvious direction. Your heart would all warm and toasty by the end of this …
Nolan carefully puts together a beautifully intense portrayal of the harrowing events on Dunkirk that will completely immerse you. An unforgettable experience and surely the best film of 2017 so far.
Mija and Okja's chemistry is magical, courageous, and utterly convincing. Every character in Okja, from our young protagonist to the cameo truck driver, gives us an honest performance to make us feel like we're part of their world.
Bad Genius would probably give you more legit thrills than a real roller coaster. It's not everyday you find yourself furiously rooting for juvenile delinquents and their shenanigans.
The Pianist was a surprisingly optimistic film, with snippets of hope from start to end, keeping the audience constantly rooting for Szpilman. Adrien Brody would surely captivate you with his Oscar-winning performance as the pianist.
Blue Is the Warmest Colour transported me into its world and I couldn't separate myself from it even long after the film was over. It's the kind of sad, heartfelt, romance film to watch alone on a rainy day.