Marialena continues her exploration of Coppola’s epic trilogy with ‘The Godfather: Part II’.
A gorgeous cyberpunk film about the philisophical questions around conquering death that quickly degrades into typical action fodder.
A slow-burning sci-fi journey through time travel that makes viewers wish that they had stayed in their same time zone.
A tense thriller that finds a man on the verge of losing his mind when his family goes missing at a hospital where his daughter was being treated for a fractured arm.
Joaquin Phoenix plays a gritty version of the legendary DC Comics supervillain, as Arthur Fleck, a social pariah in Gotham City who becomes the psychopath we all know.
Marialena takes a look at Francis Ford Coppola’s epic mafia drama in this classic film review of The Godfather I
An attempt at a more cerebral take on the trials and tribulations of space travel that eventually succumbs to a slow pace, lackluster script
Can this sequel to the ‘Tokyo Ghoul’ live-action film live up to the expectations for this dark horror franchise?
A confused monster/thriller will leave you wondering if it’s about a man possessed or simply a pedophile monstrous urges.
An edge of the seat sci-fi indie thriller about hyper-realistic VR shot in stark black and white that adds to the film’s paranoia