America. They want someone to love, they want someone to hate.

I was just looking at the movie tickets from the first two weekends and we have yet to say anything about I, Tonya, which is a mistake, because we have things to say about all the things. So here goes: I, Tonya was fine. I liked it and the style of storytelling quite a lot, but…

Your driver will be ready as soon as he puts on his pants.

The day that we watched the horrible The Boss Baby and the visually and auditive stunning Blade Runner 2049, we also watched the entertaining and very touching The Big Sick. The Bick Sick is a romantic comedy, which is a genre we don’t see a lot during Oscar Season. Laughs are not what fills this…

The Florida Project: a conversation

Another one nomination film is about to be watched. Another one that I – Diana – personally (again) haven’t really looked up before we started and therefore have no clue what is about.

Star Driver 2049

What you might not be able to understand from that lame title is that this will be a run down of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Baby Driver and Blade Runner 2049. Along with The Shape of Water – which we have yet to see – and Dunkirk, they are all nominated in both Sound…

Because there’s no one else I can say this to but you.

I very much look forward to seeing Call Me by Your Name. The internet had talked a lot about it and how great it was, and I was not disappointed. It is a wonderful and heartbreaking movie filled with longing, lust, desperation and love. It is the story of Elio and Oliver. About their relationship,…

What are you gonna do, Mildred? You’re gonna crucify ’em?

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is first of all a very long title for a movie, but also a very good movie. A very good movie indeed. Frances McDormand is amazing and thus nominated as Actress in a Leading role, as are her fellow nominees: Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson for Actor in a Supporting…

Will you stop interrupting me while I am interrupting you!

The first film of Oscar Season we saw in the cinema was Darkest Hour. Before going in all I knew was that it was about Winston Churchill. It is about Winston Churchill and gives a very good portrait of the man, but it is mostly about the impossible position he is in when he is…

Roman J. Israel, Esq.: a conversation

Last one of the day. We are only two more films from crossing the halfway line. Ten of the remaining being short films, so we are getting there. Steady and on track. *Spoiler alert*

The Disaster Artist: a conversation

We are getting this over with. Not exactly one either of us has been looking forward to but we might be pleasantly surprised, though I think not. Potentially *spolier alert*.

Get Out: a conversation

Listen up people. This is going to be a discussion about a horror/mystery/thriller, so naturally any spoiler here will cary a bit more weight than with other films we’ve been through. It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t read this conversation, it just means you should go watch the movie first. Go, now! Good, now you’ve watched…

Lady Bird: a conversation

This is going to be some lovefest so if you can’t handle that now is the time to navigate away from this site. If you – on the other hand – want to hear about this magnificent piece of cinematic art keep reading. *Spoiler alert* *Love alert*

The Post: a conversation

More talking about another film. All Rikke and I do these days are talk and watch movies. So nothing different from the rest of the year then. Potentially *spoiler alert* needed.