Movie Review: White Lie

White Lie is a brilliant drama movie about a girl who seems to have cancer. When I first started to watch the movie without taking a look at the trailer, I thought it was a classic movie about cancer and disappointment and sad hospitals visits and the damage cancer does to patients and their lovedContinue reading “Movie Review: White Lie”

Movie Review: Parasite

Director: Bong Joon-ho Screenwriter: Bong Joon – ho, Han Jin-won Cinematography: Hong Kyung-pyo (Source: Wikipedia) I’ve heard a lot about Parasite last since it won an Oscar, and a lot of other awards around the world. Some of my friends, and teachers were also praising it but I couldn’t find the time. It was worthContinue reading “Movie Review: Parasite”

Movie Review: The Meyerowitz Stories

Premiere Date: October 13, 2017 Director: Noah Baumbach Screenwriter: Noah Baumbach Cinematography: Robbie Ryan The Meyerowitz Stories is comedy-drama movie about Harold Meyerowitz, and his 3 children: Danny (Adam Sandler), Jean (Elizabeth Marvel), and their step-brother Matt (Ben Stiller). It has a different form that I’ve never (or once or twice) in cinema. It isContinue reading “Movie Review: The Meyerowitz Stories”

Movie Review: Boy Erased

Premiere Date: September 1, 2018 Director: Joel Edgerton Screenwriter: Joel Edgerton Cinematography: Eduard Grau Favorite Quote: “I’m gay and I’m your son. And neither of those things are going to change. Okay, so let’s deal with that. Or let’s call it a day.” Boy Erased is a great movie. It is about Jared (Lucas Hedges),Continue reading “Movie Review: Boy Erased”

Movie Review: Issi & Ossi

Premiere Date: 14th of February 2020 Director: Oliver Kienle Screenwriter: Oliver Kienle Cinematography: Yoshi Heimrat Issi & Ossi is a German romantic comedy movie. I decided to watch it in summer because I was bored and decided to improve my German. It is about a mega rich girl (Issi) who can’t get permission to goContinue reading “Movie Review: Issi & Ossi”

Movie Review: I’m Thinking of Ending Things

Premier Date: 4th of September 2020 Director: Charlie Kaufman Screenwriter: Charlie Kaufman Cinematography: Lukasz Zal Favorite Quote: “People like to think of themselves as points moving through time. But I think it’s probably the opposite. We’re stationary, and time passes through us, blowing like cold wind, stealing our heat, leaving us chapped and frozen.” I’mContinue reading “Movie Review: I’m Thinking of Ending Things”

Movie Review: The Corpse Bride

Corpse Bride is an animation movie directed by Tim Burton, and Mike Johnson. The voice actors who voice the main characters Victor, and corpse bride Emily are respectively Johnny Depp, and Helena Bonham Carter respectively. It is a movie about a groom-to-be Victor marrying a corpse bride accidentally in the forest while he was practicingContinue reading “Movie Review: The Corpse Bride”

Movie Review: The Intouchables

The Intouchables is a French comedy/drama movie which premiered in 2011. It is a movie about a disables man (Philippe) who is fully paralyzed except his face, and a man (Driss) who became his caretaker. The topic, the soundtrack, the scenes are all absolutely beautiful. I loved the movie. I really liked the story, itContinue reading “Movie Review: The Intouchables”

Movie Review: Requiem for a Dream

Requiem for a Dream is a movie directed by Darren Aronofsky starring Jennifer Connely, Marlon Wayans, Jared Leto, and Ellen Burstyn. It is about drug addicts Harry (Leto), Tyrone (Marlon), and Harry’s girlfriend Marion (Connely) trying to do different things to get a hold of drugs while Harry’s mother Sara (Burstyn) slowly gets crazy tryingContinue reading “Movie Review: Requiem for a Dream”

Movie Review: Enola Holmes

Enola Holmes is a Netflix movie starring Millie Bobby Brown. It is about Enole and her escape from her assertive, sexist brothers’ (Sherlock, and Mycroft Holmes) hands with the help of a boy (who happens to have a seat in House of Lords) after her mother left her. She is a “wild” girl, from thatContinue reading “Movie Review: Enola Holmes”