• The World's End

    The World's End

    ★★★½

    Patterned behavior of humanity, we want to be free but we’re stuck in our past and trapped to our future.

  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
  • Greener Grass

    Greener Grass

    i literally do not know what i feel about this movie and i don’t know if i ever will

  • Looney Tunes: Back in Action

    Looney Tunes: Back in Action

    ★★

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit walked so Looney Tunes: Back in Action could run.

  • Incredibles 2

    Incredibles 2

    ★★★½

    It’s Disney’s Incredibles.

    Really cool they got Mike and Saul from Breaking Bad to guest star as Mike and Saul from Breaking Bad.

  • Paris Is Burning

    Paris Is Burning

    ★★★★★

    Beautiful. Just beautiful. I had originally watched this documentary for an anthropology course, and god I’m happy they had us watch it. It’s a very important film to watch, likely not for the same reason as it was when it first came out. I feel that when this film premiered in the 90’s, it was providing the public a view into a world they had chose to never think about before. Nowadays, I think it’s not only a landmark documentary…

  • The Fifth Element

    The Fifth Element

    ★★★½

    This is really what a sci-fy space future movie should be. Really good film, troublesome with the normalizing of men eye-hoggling women because she’s the “perfect being” so it loses a star for that, but otherwise a cult classic that I enjoyed rewatching.

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse

    ★★★★½

    I’m gonna say it, this film is one of my favorite films, and it’ll likely stay that way.

    I absolutely fucking loved this movie, especially the cinematography. Scenes felt like they were stills from early cinema movies at the turn of the last century, nailing right on the head the almost flat visual nature of the scenery. The plot, though highly subjective, was still incredibly engaging and had me hooked. And the acting. Dear god the acting. I was mesmerized, enchanted by both mens’ performances. 

    It was just so good, I’m still hypnotized by it, even a day after watching.

  • The Jungle Book

    The Jungle Book

    ★★★½

    Another vintage Disney classic (‘67 is old enough to be vintage, isn’t it?) that carries a beautifully soft, mellow vibe. Very comparable to Robin Hood in many ways, including quality, at least in my mind. I think the reason that I like Jungle Book over Robin Hood is because of two things: 1. the name Robin Hood carries a vibe that there’s going to be more action his his movie, which of course makes the film feel like it falls…

  • House

    House

    ★★★★

    One of the most chaotic films I have ever seen. From editing to script to acting to effects. Absolute fucking bananas. I have a certain understanding in my head of what a good film is to me, and somehow this film both meets all of those expectations and fails at them at the exact same time. I guess that’s how I know it succeeded at being a campy movie, a film that wins at being bad. This strange Japanese horror film from the 1970’s has blessed my eyes, and I loved it. 8/10

  • Brother Bear

    Brother Bear

    ★★★½

    A very cute Disney film about familial love, and the love/appreciation one must have to the inhabitants of the natural world, and to a lesser degree love for the natural world itself. 
    Disney accomplished this beautifully in this film, following the cultural history of the indigenous people in America. I am awestruck by the beauty captured of the natural American landscape in this film, very stunning.
    Sad that once again, like most Disney films up until like 2008-10(?), they white-washed…