Rear Window (1954)- A Timeless Piece of Cinema

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 thriller piece Rear Window opens with an uncut 2 minute shot that displays a lively New York City courtyard.  The camera moves gracefully from window to window introducing a new character for a mere couple of moments before moving to the next frame. At the one minute mark in this beautiful continuousContinue reading “Rear Window (1954)- A Timeless Piece of Cinema”

5 Movies That Make Me Happy

Film, going to the cinema and talking about the movies makes me so happy. There is no better way to cheer myself up when feeling down than watching a film. Especially watching a film I’ve watched 1000 thousand times and can recite the lines throughout the duration of the story. You know? Those movies thatContinue reading “5 Movies That Make Me Happy”

Expressionless after watching Pierrot Le Fou [pour la première fois]

I watched Jean-Luc Godard’s Pierrot le Fou pour la pour la première fois and I absolutely loved it. My feelings can only be expressed through this compilation of breathtaking moments. 

My Liebster Award [Thank You FlickBox]!

Thank You So Much FlickBox for nominating me for the Liebster Award! FlickBox is one of my favorite bloggers who writes on a subject that I often write on too, cinema. Before I answer the 11 questions created for FlickBox’s 11 nominees I recommend anyone and everyone to check out and follow FlickBox. The rulesContinue reading “My Liebster Award [Thank You FlickBox]!”

X-Men Apocalypse Review [Mild Spoilers]

X-Men Apocalypse, directed by Bryan Singer, is the latest film in the now sixteen year old X-Men movie franchise.  Early reviews of the movie were surprisingly quite negative but I tried my best to ignore them and walked into the theater with a clear mind. After successfully neglecting all externally fed opinions I walked outContinue reading “X-Men Apocalypse Review [Mild Spoilers]”

Snowpiercer & Our Discrete Hierarchy

Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer is a painful cinematic experience filled with hyper-violence and disgustingly eerie characters (both on the outside and inside).  However, what makes the film so painful to watch is not credited to these two things but to its depiction of the hierarchical system that we call society.