Jonathan Pro

Favorite films

  • The Big Lebowski
  • Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
  • Pan's Labyrinth
  • The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

Recent activity

  • Butcher's Crossing


  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles


  • Dead Poets Society


  • The Killer


Pinned reviews

  • Babylon



    Welcome to the asshole of Los Angeles. It’s LA’s last real party.”

    -James McKay-

    Ok. So. First off all, can you imagine how the writing process and the the subsequent pitch for Babylon must have looked like? I can. I just watched it on the screen. You’ll never convince me that Damien Chazelle and his crew didn’t ingest copious amounts of uppers before each step of the making of this film. Results? Pure, beautiful, movie-making chaos. 

    Babylon is a blisteringly…

  • The Fabelmans

    The Fabelmans


    We’ve gone too far in our story to actually say the end.”

    -Burt Fabelman-

    Film is a beautiful thing isn’t it? Film transports us, its moves us, it shapes us and dares us to feel, to reach for more, to aspire for what’s beyond that proverbial horizon. The Fabelmans is a celebration of the best parts of what makes film so compelling, what makes film so freeing. The Fabelmans is feeling. The Fabelmans is passion. The Fabelmans captures the magic of film, it…

Recent reviews

  • Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre

    Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre


    What an absolute pleasure this has been.”

    -Greg Simmonds-

    Operation Fortune is very much a tried and true Guy Ritchie joint with a dash of The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent for good measure. Like most of Ritchie’s best films, Operation Fortune is brimming with explosive action, cheeky humor, and flair for the ever so indulgent dramatics. Plus, Statham continues to be a perfect fit for Ritchie’s cliched, but effectively flamboyant visions in their fourth collaboration. Operation Fortune isn’t going…

  • Cocaine Bear

    Cocaine Bear


    I knew we’d have fun.”


    Yes. Yes. Yes. Cocaine Bear is exactly what I wanted and expected. Nothing more. Nothing less. Cocaine Bear was fun. Cocaine Bear was exciting. Cocaine Bear was shockingly funny, at times bordering on hilarity. Cocaine Bear is big, dumb, campy chaos, a film that is better than it has any right to be. Cocaine Bear is a must-see, it’s peak schlock cinema, and I loved it. 

    Cocaine Bear is a frenetic and carnage-laced “thrilledy”…

Popular reviews

  • Skinamarink



    Are you hiding?


    Skinamarink is a troubling, unnerving, and grim nightmare that’s only as effective as the viewer is creative. What do you see when you look in the dark? Nothing? Then you’ll be bored aside from a couple of jump scares and a vague, uneasy mystery that comes around time to time. However, if you see life in the darkness, like a coat rack being a monster, or a creaking floorboard being an intruder, or the feeling something…

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin


    Yet we all remember the music of the time.” 


    The Banshees of Inisherin is a delightfully dark and melancholy film that seamlessly blends its weighty thematic elements through the guise of macabre-esque humor. As the film progresses so does its unsettling and absurd nature, all culminating to an unpredictable and frustratingly perfect ending.

    Like the music of our time, we remember the greats. Film is the same, and I’m convinced The Banshees of Inisherin will be remembered as one of…