lllsdf

Bufffer is a place to find and collect your favourite movies.

Spotlight Movies

movie poster for It
movie poster for Dunkirk
movie poster for War for the Planet of the Apes
movie poster for Spider-Man: Homecoming
movie poster for Cars 3
movie poster for Phoenix Forgotten

Latest Movie Lists

Site activity

Maxtaro profile image

Maxtaro rated Atomic Blonde

35 minutes ago

Bufffer logo

Popular movies have been updated by bot. 45 minutes ago

Bufffer logo

Upcoming movies have been updated by bot. 45 minutes ago

Zak profile image

Zak rated Troy

20 hours ago

Maxtaro profile image

Maxtaro rated Detroit

21 hours ago

Maxtaro profile image

Maxtaro rated Detroit

21 hours ago

john profile image

john rated Volcano

22 hours ago

Zak profile image

Zak added Vanilla Sky to watch list 23 hours ago

john profile image

john added Leatherface to watch list 23 hours ago

john profile image

john added Platoon to favourites 1 day ago

Latest Reviews

Well made movie but dreadfully boring, fell asleep halfway through.

Reviewed on August 17, 2017

Simon (Jason Bateman) and Robyn (Rebbecca Hall) move from California to Chicago after Simon lands a great new job as a sales executive at a billion dollar company. This gives the couple an opportunity to start a new life and forget problems of the past. Just after moving in they meet a quirky man (Joel Edgerton) who claims to be an old school friend of Simons, however it soon becomes apparent that Gordo is holding a terrible secret that is going to turn their lives upside down.

"The Gift" is a thrillingly cringing (in a good way) movie that constantly keeps you wondering just what Gordo is going to do next. The film is reminiscent of the 1991 movie "Cape Fear" starring Robert De Niro, with an ending that you will not see coming (well at least I didn't anyway). What this movie teaches the viewer is that you should never judge people on their first impressions, that time does not always heal and may come back haunt you. Director Joel Edgerton did this in a clever way by building character depth which is why one could consider "The Gift" a "proper" film in the sense of the word. While you think one thing of Simon at the beginning the tables quickly turn and by the time the movie is half way through your perception of where the story is going will completely change.

The Gift is easily one of the best movies I have seen this year. A gripping movie that doesn't disappoint.

Reviewed on August 09, 2017

An artist who is struggling to make ends meet on a lousy wage, moves into a dream house in the Texan countryside with his young family. Normally they would not have been able to afford such a property which features a large space for an art studio however because of a tragic incident involving the deaths of the previous owners it was on the market for pennies. Not long after moving in Jesse (Ethan Embry) begins to hear satanic voices that posses him for hours upon end in his studio and a disturbed man arrives at their door who claims to have lived in the house previously..

The Devil's Candy displays all the characteristics of a cult movie. The whole film has a creepy atmosphere with a looming inevitability about it and an epic ending scene involving a Gibson Flying V.

A must watch for horror fans

Reviewed on August 09, 2017

Reviewed on August 08, 2017

Easily one of the most under rated movies ever. "I Know What You Did Last Summer" is a classic which followed a trend of crime mystery movies in the 1990's. Even though at the time crime mysteries were a trend this movie had an great original plot and believable acting; yes the way in which it was executed did have some flaws but overall I Know What You Did Last Summer is a fun watch that isn't pretentious and lives up to ones expectations.

One of the great 90's "Slasher" flicks.

Reviewed on August 05, 2017

A pretty dreadful movie with weak ideas, filmed in "documentary" style which only serves to annoy with shaky zooming in and out. Director Grégory Levasseur should stick to writing as clearly that is where his talents lie, having written the script for great movies such as "High Tension" and "The Hills Have Eyes" (2006).

Expect to find "The Pyramid" in your local DVD bargain bucket.

Reviewed on August 05, 2017

Upcoming movies

1

Atomic Blonde

Thriller
1Vote count 60 Vote avg
5

It

Horror
42Vote count 59 Vote avg

Latest Trailers

View more trailers