Brazil: Love In An Arduous World
Good news: Terry Gilliam can do no wrong.
The Fly: “Oh My God! My Boyfriend Is Turning Into A Fly”
This unlikely feature is probably the most powerful film I’ve seen in a while.
Beauty and Love in a Sun-kissed Country
Getting out of Margaret River and into Perth, I stuck my eyes into the ethereal landscape, feeling completely overwhelmed.
Nada Untuk Asa: Us Against the World
This inspiring story of a HIV-positive mother and her infected daughter fighting false assumptions and stigmas has affected me since the book first came out.
Whiplash: Practice Makes Perfect…. Does It?
Ah, Whiplash. The dark horse of this year’s Oscars race.
Calvary: Wrath, Doubt, and the Loss of Innocence
A brilliant film where peace is in stake as a war of good and evil goes on in the people of a small Irish community.
12 Years a Slave: When Cinema Embodies Truth
Photography is truth. The cinema is truth twenty-four times per second. –Jean-Luc Godard There’s gonna be a reason why I used that quote as a heading. Wait and see.
The Fall: Out of Darkness
This is, by far, the most underrated film I’ve ever seen. And the thought of people underrating this movie makes me a bit upset.
Tanah Surga… Katanya: The Diamond in the Rough
Despite what other people think of, I think sociology is one of the best classes in school. The main reason is that we get to watch a film, like, every month.
Shallow Grave: Danny Boyle’s First Testament
The man behind Slumdog Millionaire, Trainspotting, and 28 Days Later surely has to start from somewhere.