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Here’s my 50 favourite films of all time. If you don’t wanna watch the video but still check out the list click here  highly recommend you check it out tho  🙂

Top 20 Best Films of 2018: A Video Countdown

Here’s my Top 20 Best Films of 2018…note that there are so many films I have yet to see like Cold War, Capernaum, Vox Lux, Vice, Burning, Shoplifters, etc…

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Top 30 Most Anticipated Films of 2019

CaptureMy Top 30 Most Anticipated Films of 2019.

#30) Motherless Brooklyn (dir. Edward Norton)
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Plot: Set in the backdrop of 1950s New York, a lonely detective with Tourette’s Syndrome ventures to solve the murder of his mentor and only friend.
Stars: Willem Dafoe, Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bobby Cannavale

#29) Fonzo (dir. Josh Tank)
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Plot: The 47-year old Al Capone, after 10 years in prison, starts suffering from dementia, and comes to be haunted by his violent past.
Stars: Tom Hardy, Matt Dillon, Jack Lowden, Linda Cardellini

#28) Velvet Buzzsaw (dir. Dan Gilroy)

Plot: After a series of paintings by an unknown artist are discovered, a supernatural force enacts revenge on those who have allowed their greed to get in the way of art.
Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Toni Collette, John Malkovich, Rene Russo

#27) The Beach Bum  (dir. Harmony Korine)

Plot: A rebellious stoner named Moongod lives life by his own rules.
Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Isla Fisher, Jonah Hill, Snoop Dogg

#26) The Lion King  (dir. Jon Favreau)

Plot: A re-imagining of the 1994 Disney classic.
Stars: Donald Glover, Seth Rogan, Keegan-Michael Key, Beyonce, Eric Andre 

#25) Godzilla: King of the Monsters  (dir. Michael Dougherty)

Plot: Godzilla collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah.
Stars: Millie Bobby Brown, Vera Farmiga, Sally Hawkins, Kyle Chandler

#24) Avengers: Endgame

Plot: In the aftermath of Thanos wiping out half of all life in the universe, the remaining Avengers must do what’s necessary to undo the deed.
Stars: You know who.

#23) Honey Boy (dir. Alma Har’el)  *based on and written by Shia LeBeouf
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Plot: A child actor works to mend the relationship with his hard-drinking, law-breaking father.
Stars: Shia LaBeouf, Lucas Hedges, Maika Monroe, Noah Jupe

#22) Gemini Man (dir. Ang Lee)
Plot: An over-the-hill hit-man faces off against a younger clone of himself.
Stars: Will Smith, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Clive Owen, Benedict Wong

#21) The Woman in the Window (dir. Joe Wright)
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Plot: A woman living alone in New York begins spying on her new neighbors only to witness a disturbing act of violence.
Stars: Amy Adams, Julianne Moore, Brian Tyree Henry, Gary Oldman

#20) Ford v. Ferrari (dir. James Mangold)
Plot: The true story of the battle between Ford and Ferrari to win Le Mans in 1966.
Stars: Christian Bake, Matt Damon, Jon Bernthal, Noah Jupe

#19) Uncut Gems (dir. Safdie Brothers)sa.PNG
Plot: Kept undisclosed.
Stars: Adam Sandler, Pom Klementieff, Lakeith Stanfield

#18) The Dead Don’t Die (dir. Jim Jarmusch)
Plot: A zombie comedy.
Stars: Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton

#17) Zombieland 2 (dir. Ruben Fleischer)
Plot: Columbus, Tallahasse, Wichita, and Little Rock are back.
Stars: Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin

#16) A Rainy Day in New York (dir. Woody Allen)
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Plot: Two young people arrive in New York for a weekend where they are met with bad weather and a series of adventures.
Stars: Timothee Chalamet, Elle Fanning, Rebecca Hall

#15) Parasite  (dir. Joon-ho Bong)
Plot: A peculiar tale about two families who are worlds apart yet somewhat alike portrays a striking reality of the world we live in.
Stars: Kang-ho Song, Sun-kyun Lee, Yeo-Jeong Cho

#14) The Lighthouse  (dir. Robert Eggers)
Plot: The story of an aging lighthouse keeper named Old who lives in early 20th-century Maine.
Stars: Willem Dafoe, Robert Pattinson

#13) Knives Out  (dir. Rian Johnson)
Plot: Described as a modern murder mystery in a whodunit style.
Stars: Ana de Armas, Chris Evans, Toni Collette, Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Lakeith Stanfield, Christopher Plummer

#12) Little Women  (dir. Greta Gerwig)
Plot: Four sisters come of age in America in the aftermath of the Civil War.
Stars: Emma Watson, Saoirse Ronan, Eliza Scanlen, Timothee Chalamet

#11) Jojo Rabbit  (dir. Taika Waititi)
Plot: A young boy in Hitler’s army finds out his mother is hiding a Jewish boy in their home.
Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell, Taika Waititi

#10) Us  (dir. Jordan Peele)

Plot: A mother and father take their kids to their beach house, expecting to enjoy time with friends, but their serenity turns to tension and chaos when some visitors arrive uninvited.
Stars: Elisabeth Moss, Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke

#9) Star Wars: Episode IX  (dir. J.J. Abrams)
Plot: The conclusion to the sequel trilogy. Kept under wraps.
Stars: You know who’s in it, don’t need to tell you.

#8) Proxima (dir. Alice Winocour)
Plot: An astronaut prepares for a one year mission aboard the International Space Station.
Stars: Eva Green, Matt Dillon, Lars Eidinger

#7) Ema  (dir. Pablo Larrain)
Plot: A couple deals with the aftermath of an adoption that goes awry as their household falls apart.

Stars: Gael Garcia Bernal, Santiago Cabrera, Mariana Loyola

#6) Lucy In The Sky (dir. Noah Hawley)
Plot: The story of a female astronaut who, upon returning to Earth from a life-changing mission in space, begins to slowly unravel and lose touch with reality.
Stars: Natalie Portman, Jon Hamm, Zazie Beetz, Dan Stevens

#5) Radegund  (dir. Terrence Malick)
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Plot: The Austrian Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II.
Stars: Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Nyqvist, August Diehl

#4) Joker  (dir. Todd Phillips)
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Plot: A failed stand-up comedian is driven insane and becomes a psychopathic murderer.
Stars: Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz

#3) The Irishman  (dir. Martin Scorsese)
Plot: A mob hitman recalls his possible involvement with the slaying of Jimmy Hoffa.
Stars: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel

#2) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood  (dir. Quentin Tarantino)
Plot: A faded TV actor and his stunt double embark on an odyssey to make a name for themselves in the film industry in 1969 Los Angeles.
Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Margaret Qualley, Al Pacino, Scoot McNairy, Dakota Fanning, Kurt Russell, Tim Roth, Emile Hirsch, James Marsden, Damien Lewis, Luke Perry, Bruce Dern, Zoe Bell + more
(the cast is fucking stacked)

#1) Ad Astra  (dir. James Gray)
Plot: Astronaut Roy McBride travels to the outer edges of the solar system to find his missing father and unravel a mystery that threatens the survival of our planet.
Stars: Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Donald Sutherland, Ruth Negga








Top 10 Best Films of 2017

Here’s my list short & sweet……

Honorable Mentions: Dunkirk, Split, Coco, Okja, Logan, The Florida Project, Wonder Woman, Logan, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, mother!, The Big Sick, Thelma,  & The Disaster Artist

Films I haven’t seen yet at the creation of this list: Call Me by Your Name, The Post, Phantom Thread and a few others 

#10) Get Out – Great Original Thriller/Horror from first time director Jordan Peele.

#9) Wind River – Riveting murder mystery. Fantastic debut from the very talented Taylor Sheridan. If you enjoy films like Sicario or Hell or High Water, highly recommend.
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#7) Lady Bird – Thoroughly well done coming of age movie from the lovely Greta Gerwig. Saoirse Ronan gives one of the best performances of her career. Review
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#6) Good Time – Fucking awesome.GoodTime_Still02.jpg

#5) Blade Runner 2049 – Cinematography is eyegasmic. Just beautiful in every single way from the acting, story, direction…..Villeneuve killed it and he’s on a roll……

#4) The Killing of a Sacred Deer – Great horror. Very well shot. Fantastic acting/score. If you’re a fan of a Lanthimos, def a must watch or if you love horror films.  Review

#3) Columbus – Beautiful. Wonderful score. Quiet yet moving.

#2) Trainspotting 2 – A wonderful sequel. Really entertaining. Felt lots of emotions.

#1) The Shape of Water – A beautiful romantic fairy tale. Sally Hawkins deserves the Oscar for best actress. Great performances all around from the whole cast. Beautiful score from Alexandre Desplat. Del Toro nails it.  Review


My thoughts on Star Wars: The Last Jedi


The Last Jedi has many great moments and some of the best moments in Star Wars history. With that being said, it has many flaws and it suffers from them. The story is uneven. Story lines needed more time to breathe while others cut down. The humor, while at times worked some of it was just too out of place and it took away from the tension/immersion of the scene. There are also a few pacing/tone issues throughout.ep8-ff-000005It might seem that I’m bashing/hating The Last Jedi, but I thoroughly enjoyed it and had a wonderful time. We again get wonderful performances from the cast, old and new. The film is visually stunning and the action scenes are very well choreographed and felt compelling. Rey, Poe, Luke and Kylo had tremendous  growth and had the best performances in the movie. In terms of the story, I’m conflicted as I feel some stories were fleshed out more so than others. The more and more I think about The Last Jedi, the more I feel like it’s not even a Star Wars movie, but a Rian Johnson Star Wars movie. All in all, despite the flaws, it’s a great ride and one I’ll watch again and again.

Rating – ★★★½


My thoughts on The Killing of a Sacred Deer

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Without going too much into the details of the plot, basically Colin Farrell, a surgeon becomes friends with a teenage boy played by Barry Keoghan. Colin introduces him to his family and they all become ill. Anyways, I really enjoyed Sacred Deer. The acting performances from the entire cast were phenomenal. Lanthimos balances out the sheer terror and dark humor perfectly. I’ve seen the film at TIFF and after watching it I wanted to see it again. I got the same feeling after  watching Sacred Deer as I did when I watched The Lobster which is also another great film from Yorgos Lanthimos which pales some comparisons to Sacred Deer in terms of the dark humor and visual style. I was left going “what the hell did I just watch.” Two words that I think describes the film perfectly are intense & uncomfortable.
The cinematography is wonderful, lots of wide shots and closeups that really capture the creepy atmosphere. The soundtrack is great too and it propelled the tension even more. Its haunting and combined with the beautiful cinematography, captivating story and great performances, Sacred Deer is one of Lanthimos best films in his career and one of the years best films too. Brilliant horror and it’s unsettling as fuck.

Rating – ★★★★½

My thoughts on Lady Bird


Greta Gerwig knocks it out of the park with her directorial debut. I was absolutely floored with the film. Its a fantastic coming of age story with phenomenal performances and a wonderful story.  Lots of vibes from Wes Anderson and Baumbach in the film as well which is cool. Saoirse is perfect. The whole cast did a tremendous job. The acting and writing is just superb. Now I didn’t really relate to the film in terms of the high school experience or living situation that Lady Bird was in (I was born in Toronto, def not a small town) but in other ways. Anyways, did the film bring anything new to the coming-of-age genre? No, but the reason its getting so much praise and deservedly so was how wonderfully everything was executed. All the familiar tropes are in Lady Bird but Greta makes them fresh and genuine.
giphy (2)In terms of the flaws, I don’t really have any complaints. It’s charming, funny, and heartwarming with very authentic characters. Its one of my favorites of the year and I can’t wait to see what Greta does in the future.

Rating – ★★★★

PS – Saoirse Ronan is soooooooo gooooooooooooooooooooooooood.