Caging Libertine

BOXING HELENA Jennifer Chambers Lynch, 1993 Nick: You’re everything to me. Helena: You’re nothing to me. Boxing Helena is what happens when Fatal Attraction makes love with Misery. After seeing the greatest f*ck of his life once again, brilliant surgeon Dr. Nick Cavanaugh (Julian Sands) decides to leave everything behind: his career, his girlfriend, his […]

The Code of Silence

CODE INCONNU (CODE UNKNOWN)Michael Haneke, 2000 Ah. The feeling of wanting to say something but can’t say it. This dilemma is what Austrian auteur Michael Haneke explores in Code inconnu: RĂ©cit incomplet de divers voyages (otherwise known as Code Unknown). It all started with a piece of thrown garbage. From there we see a series […]

Fave Movie Posters: The Getaway

One of the hottest Hollywood couples back in the day, Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw used to be what Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are today. At the height of their real-life romance, McQueen and MacGraw starred in Sam Peckinpah‘s The Getaway, a 1972 heist film about a couple on the run from the bad […]

I Am a Woman, Watch Me Make a Movie

Eve has definitely come a long way since she was allegedly taken out of Adam’s rib. She has long stepped out of his shadow, standing up for herself and speaking her mind. Eve doesn’t need many Twitter followers or a thousand of Facebook likes just to prove her worth. She knows she’s worth it. Cinema […]

A Failed Promise

CAROLTodd Haynes, 2015 Rare is it in life when we have an instant attraction with a stranger. No such thing as love at first sight, just “like at first sight,” which eventually leads to something deeper. That’s exactly what happens in Todd Haynes’ latest film, Carol. Haynes’ homage to old America (the 1950s in Far […]

Fave Movie Moments: V for Vendetta

“It seems strange that my life should end in such a terrible place, but for three years I had roses and apologized to no one.“ My most fave part in V for Vendetta is the Valerie moment. The film deals with struggle for freedom in a totalitarian system, a government that objects “the different and […]