2024 :


Two Lovers dir. by James Gray

Voices From Gaza dir. by Antonia Gaccia

Poor things dir. by Yorgos Lanthimos

"We must work. We must make money. But more than that Bella, we must experience everything. Not just the good, but degradation, horror, sadness. This makes us whole Bella, makes us people of substance. Not flighty, untouched children. Then we can know the world. And when we know the world, the world is ours."
" I'm so tired. Or maybe just my spirit is. My soul has been buckled, crumpled, flattened Duncan Wedderburn, by the sights I have seen."


Titane dir. by Julia Ducournau

Dancer In The Dark dir. by Las Von Trier

Past Lives dir. by Celine Song

Caché dir. by micheal Haneke

The Menu dir. by Mark mylod

Anatomy of A fall dir. Justine Triet


The Menu dir. by Mark mylod

Nymphomaniac Vol.1 dir. by Lars Von Trier (2013)

There will be blood dir. by Paul Thomas Anderson (2007)

2023 :




Wonka 2023

everything good in this world started out with a dream, so you hold onto yours

The Handmaiden 2016

well.. this is something


-Four daughters by Kaouther Ben Hannia 10th

Do I or do I not like this film? I watched the documentary almost three weeks ago, so I will make this review using what's left of it in my memory. Olfa, the mother of four daughters, two of them were supposedly devoured by a wolf (as one of her other daughters claimed). The wolf is the" zoomofication" of ISIS - or maybe, in my own interpretation, a disease that's created by mankind to harm mankind in the form of ideologies. One of mankind's greatest flaws is that he is so sure and confident in himself, in what he claims to be true. Mankind creates the idea of their own creator and spends the rest of their lives fighting for that same idea, passing it through generations, along with its consequences. Going back to our main subject, the documentary by Kouather Ben Hania. Again, I have a problem with labeling it as a documentary; it's more like a behind-the-scenes look at an idea originating from the director's head, which is a reinterpretation of actual events that happened at some point in the lives of the five main characters: Olfa and her daughters. Reliving the pain – is it really therapeutic to remember one's traumatic experiences? Let's Google it, or let's not because the internet in this coffee shop is so bad. I'm a person who believes in the power of pain; only those who have experienced enough pain are saved from oblivion and delusions. People who haven't experienced enough pain in life will never be saved because they are oblivious. Those same people who live the happiest (not necessarily the most fulfilled) lives are those who are always going after something, always running. Real men don't need happiness; it's a pointless pursuit. Therefore, I don't find a problem in the director's idea of using these people to create something for whatever intention, for whatever message, although I'm pretty sure that the message has been received, hopefully. I would also like to point out that I appreciate the director's choice to include a star like Hend Sabri in her film; it would attract the audience to a film with her as the protagonist and have her experience what it's like to be next to a woman in many ways very different from her


my brilliant friend, 3 seasons, (2018)

the best series I've ever seen.


Asteroid City (2023)

i don't want to get to a point in my life where becoming a successful filmmaker will make me create shitty&phony films just because I'm rich enough to make them so why not not make them when I can. I can't get over hating this film so damn much.

The Worst Person in the World( 2021)


Detachment (2011)

"when you talk to me, when you look at me, it's like you really see me."

Unabomber: In His Own Words (2020)

reall good docseries

American History X (1998)

"hate is baggage" .. good ending, it broke my heart tho

Chronicle of a Summer (1961)

a very interesting and unconventional documentary

Moi, un Noir( 1959)

"Que la vie est compliquée"

Barbie( 2023)

cinematography's good, visually pleasing, helped me daydream

I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK (2006)

true love is when you find someone who is willing to invent a device that would convert food calories into electric energy so that you can be able to eat :)


مش مهم انت مين, المهم هو انت عايز تكون ايه

Mediterranean Fever( 2022)

Annie Hall 1977

"that's essentially how I feel about life : full of loneliness, and misery, and suffering, and unhappiness, and it's all over too much quickly."

Apocalypse According to Cioran 1995

"because life only possible through forgetfulness"

Punch-Drunk Love 2002

"I have so much strength in me you have no idea, i have a love in my life, it makes stronger than anything you can imagine, i would say that's that mattress man"


The Dark Knight (2008)

"because some men aren't looking for anything logical like money, they can't be bought, bullied, reasoned or negotiated with, Some Men Just Want To Watch The World Burn"

Fleabag (2016) two seasons

“I was taught if we’re born with love, then life is about choosing the right place to put it. People talk about that a lot, it feeling right. When it feels right, it’s easy. But I’m not sure that’s true. It takes strength to know what’s right. And love isn’t something that weak people do. Being a romantic takes a hell of a lot of hope. I think what they mean is… when you find somebody that you love, it feels like hope.”

Alam (2022)

"ادني درجات الحرية انك تقدر ترفع علمك، أقصاها انك تعرف تحرقه"


Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005)

weird film. I LIKE IT

Silver Linings Playbook( 2012)

"there's a part of me that's sloppy and dirty but i like that with all the other parts of myself"

Cinema Paradiso (1988)

"whatever you end up doing, love it" thank you Alfredo

The Last of Us (2016)

if you get the chance, give it a watch at the movies, maybe with someone you love if possible, make sure lots of people are going that day too, to experience the quiet and harmony of US together in the same limited space with soundproofing walls and the company of a pianist. edit: "I vomited humankind" was such an introspective thing to say

Frances Ha 2012

I'm indeed too tall to marry

The Hour of Liberation Has Arrived( 1974)

interesting doc


The Turin Horse (2011)

sometimes you watch a movie, and feel things, you can't really tell why but you know that this is a good movie. the things you feel don't have to be positive, most of the time, the things that touch us are just provocative and disturbing. The Turin horse depicts life in many ways, there is a harsh truth that everyone should come to terms with, that life is constant, there's an excerpt i found somewhere on the web that explains it : "One constant since the beginning of time might be change, however, the fear of change is also a constant. Since times immemorial, humans have liked routine. It makes us feel in control of our lives." there's comfort in accepting every day's monotony, as we most likely know how discomforting and scary it is to to experience or feel something new. there's a scene where the cab man's unnamed daughter was sitting in a chair in front of the window, she was observing, though not sure whether the object of her observation is the helplessness and confusion of the weather or herself. we might not notice it but there's one change in living this kind of life, it's the monster inside each one of us, it will day by day grows till we reach a point where we are completely out of control.

Manchester by the Sea (2016)

how can anybody move on? how can one try again, what reason is there for anything? life is a bitch cuz you never really know why or when. you just live or try to for no reason

Moonlight (2016)

I guess the sea has this untouchable power to make us vulnerable and more connected to each other

Parasite (2019)

this is a great film

The Lobster 2015

the kind of films that would very much like to be able to direct someday. might add this to my favorite films actually

Drive 2011

not a fan of happy endings, i guess this wasn't happy enough. perfect ending fr fr

Ghost World 2001

"Enid: i just hate all these extroverted obnoxious pseudo-bohemian losers" Me too :)

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Mia: That's when you know you've found somebody special. When you can just shut the fuck up for a minute and comfortably enjoy the silence. some great movies are just fucking great man.

Good Will Hunting (1997)

for some reason i hoped the ending was different, I didn't want him to go see about a girl


Triangle of Sadness (2022)

make sure to go to the movies with the right person

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006)



- Little women by Greta Gerwig (2019). watched on the 31st

"Money is the end and aim of my mercenary existence"

- welcome to the dollhouse by Todd Solondz

the 27th: what I liked about the movie is that it didn't meet my expectations, i'm really disappointed that Dawn never really won in the end, that she never had to get out of her ways to became the cool girl, im disappointed because she remained the weird girl, the weird, unlovable, overlooked girl. I like this movie because it's real and disappointing. Great film fr fr

- Wristcutters: A Love Story by Goran Dukić (2006)

"It all happens if it doesnt matter."

- All About Lily Chou-Chou by Shunji Iwai (2001)

- Rushmore by Wes Anderson (1998)

Max fisher saved Latin, what did you do?


- Me earl and the dying girl by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (2015)

- Tag(2015) by Sion Sono.

i'm honestly skeptical as to whether this director is a lunatic or a genius.
movie is about, um, thats not the point because
it doesn't matter what is it about, you just get to enjoy the stuff
that happens without really understanding anything as to why they happen

- breaking bad (2013): five seasons.

not much to say about it, it didn't make me feel anything new, just a nerd that got away with every stupid act because of luck, and the word methamphetamine an family keeps repeating 10000 times each episode. i give it 6.5/10 just because of the character develompment, also the scenario not bad
EDIT: maybe I didn't give it justice, i think i might come back some other time and do a better review.

- Sous Les figues-under the fig trees(2022) by Erige Sehiri

really interesting film, to me it is nostalgic in someway. if you are not from the north western part of Tunisia i won't promise that you are going to feel it or even like it at all, I meaaaaan you might, if that's the case then that would really be something. the thing that make this film special is not just that the actors are amateurs, in fact they EXPERIENCED the film before they were even a part of it. not much to say to be honest, just moving and beautiful.