Favorite films

  • Mamma Mia!
  • Pulp Fiction
  • The Silence of the Lambs
  • Mad Max: Fury Road

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  • The Fabelmans


  • Beau Travail


  • Broker

  • Ishtar


Pinned reviews

  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

    Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery


    As someone who didn’t adore the first film (I didn’t dislike it, was just very meh on it), I am incredibly pleased to say that I was all in on this one
    It’s aggressively smart, setting up basically a whole other film before ripping the carpet out from under the whole audience in a fun way, only to let absolute mayhem reign when your guard is down
    Beyond being just an incredibly tight film that neatly and concisely reveals its…

  • Capybara Walking

    Capybara Walking


    Letterboxd: A place that allowed me to discover my true passion for cinema, and as importantly, if not moreso, give me the push I needed to find the thing I love most: discussing film. With discovering Letterboxd in college (shoutout Jordan), I learned that I really did enjoy writing longform thoughts on film, and I got better at it the more I wrote and the more I watched. So I kept going and going, and even though there were some…

Recent reviews

  • The Fabelmans

    The Fabelmans


    That Spielberg sure knows how to make a movie, and it’s clear that he always has. Everybody in this film is so perfectly cast it’s a dream, every time Spielberg practically winks at the camera and him and Kushner bear their souls on the page it’s crushing, and David Lynch and that final shot are worth the cost of admission alone!!!

  • Beau Travail

    Beau Travail


    Unlike anything I thought it would be, Denis’ beloved film hyper focuses on a group of men in a way that turns them into savage animals. Denis captures these men doing a variety of trivial tasks and ritualistic movements and displays of toxic masculinity that feel akin to two wild beasts meeting in the wild
    Unable to hug properly, or to relay any sort of emotion aside from blank stares and shouts of approval, the men in Beau Travail are lost…

Popular reviews

  • The Favourite

    The Favourite


    To the Oscar selection committee:

    Nominate Horacio, The Fastest Duck In The City for Best Actor 

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You


    Two words to accurately sum up this film:


    Seriously, Boots Riley has crafted an extremely original and inventive, albeit absurd and absolutely ridiculous film about a plethora of topics, all of which are extremely relevant to our current society
    Lakeith Stanfield is a great lead and I love seeing Tessa Thompson, but Armie Hammer really steals the show with what he’s given
    Riley’s background in music shines through the great soundtrack
    The film is pretty consistent in its…