LA LA LAND (2016)

A charming romance dedicated to the dreamers fighting to follow their passion while paying nostalgic homage to Hollywood musicals of the Golden Age and the forgotten grace of classic jazz. If you appreciate the beauty of filmmaking, La La Land is worth seeing for its mezmerising display of lights & colors, camera movement, set design,…

BLUE JASMINE (2013)

Blue Jasmine is a strong material for character study. It is rich with personality flaws and strange quirks. A unique and elegant character-driven story neurotic women can easily relate to.

SIGHTSEERS (2012)

Is it horror? Is it thriller? Nooo.. it’s British dark comedy! This is the weirdest love story and most dysfunctional couple in the history of British film-making (or ever). Yup, it’s definitely fresh.

ANOTHER EARTH (2011)

Though the technical work might look amateur-ish, the screenplay is out of this world. Endearing. “The only way to save his sanity is to fall in love with this sound. So he closes his eyes and he goes into his imagination, and then he opens them. He doesn’t hear ticking anymore. He hears music. And…

MIDNIGHT IN PARIS (2011)

“Paris in the morning is beautiful. Paris in the afternoon is charming. Paris in the evening is enchanting. But Paris after midnight is magic.” Woody Allen knows exactly how to sell the melancholy side of Paris. I guarantee you’ll be loving Paris more just by seeing the very first minute of it. Midnight in Paris…

THE ARTIST (2011)

Even though the story is simple and predictable, I was overwhelmed by how much of emotion The Artist bring with less sound and hardly dialogue. The acting, music, and visual are surprisingly believable. It’s a whole new cinematic experience to watch a silent movie in this era where everything is all about extravagant visual and…