Favorite films

  • Avatar: The Way of Water
  • Eyes Wide Shut
  • The Silent Twins
  • Babylon

Recent activity

  • Bones and All


  • Strange World


  • The Menu


  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever


Recent reviews

  • Bones and All

    Bones and All


    not entirely sure why luca found the need to force an antagonist when he's really not necessary (amazing performance though), nor why he largely ignored a lot of the more interesting moral questions that come up, that are hinted towards but never discussed beyond he had a wife, oh no, what now. the character writing is the stuff to really love here, and at its best it does feel like a roadtrip movie with both of them running from nothing…

  • Strange World

    Strange World


    kind of cowardly for disney to make a movie in which all of their marketing is based on the first openly LGBTQ+ lead in an animated film, only to shy away from any of the obvious problems they would face in this movie. the whole film feels like it was written with this in mind: an older character, entirely detached from social changes coming back to find his son had a child, who is openly homosexual, a character that has…

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    A Silent Voice


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  • Perfect Blue

    Perfect Blue


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