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Favorite films

  • Opening Night
  • Mikey and Nicky
  • eXistenZ
  • Music and Lyrics

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  • The Boy and the Heron


  • Love Actually


  • May December


  • Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

Pinned reviews

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

    Killers of the Flower Moon


    i interviewed new Letterboxd member Martin Scorsese about the films that informed Killers of the Flower Moon, and what’s more, i managed to not pass away while doing it. full 11-minute video here, deep-dive article here, and his official list of 59 companion pictures to his entire filmography (which he overcame his fear of e-mails to send to us) is here. i cannot believe i got to type all of that, and that i got to press post, and that the links…

  • Dead Ringers

    Dead Ringers


    “In October 1982, David Cronenberg was reading the daily paper when he stumbled across a Far Side cartoon called 'Cow Tools'. He was so perplexed and inspired by the enigmatic panel, that he decided to make a live-action feature exploring the psyche of a cow driven mad by a need to recreate the aforementioned tools. Realizing the difficulties of working with an actual cow, Cronenberg shifted the story to focus on a pair of twins (Jeremy Irons) who dress in…

Recent reviews

  • Love Actually

    Love Actually


    to me, you (Love Actually) are (so egregiously flawed that you swing back around to) perfect. on one hand, it is a horribly written trainwreck that finessed its way into the holiday canon through sheer star power and a grand total of 3-5 charming moments in a 136-minute movie. on the other, i need to rewatch it every December or risk septic shock. more urgently, i need to smoke three fat blunts with Hugh Grant (sativa), Colin Firth (indica), and Emma Thompson (hybrid)

  • May December

    May December


    a beautiful venomous butterfly of a movie! my Portland pal Todd Haynes' latest is a probe into the delusional denials of perpetrators, their abject refusals to take culpability, their banning from entry even a germ of the thought that maybe, just maybe, they did something wrong. it's also about how Julianne Moore's character might not have enough hot dogs for their cookout and this is the worst thing that has ever happened to her, much worse than anything she might…

Popular reviews

  • Fight Club

    Fight Club


    first watch: fight club is the best movie ever made
    second watch: fight club is a deep commentary on the dangers of consumerism
    third watch: fight club is a disgusting cesspool of toxic masculinity and it’s not as deep as its fanboys think it is
    fourth watch: fight club is a critique of toxic masculinity and it’s deeper than its fanboys think it is
    fifth watch: fight club is the best satirical gay romcom ever made

  • The Power of the Dog

    The Power of the Dog


    the masculine urge to cope with your step-uncle’s pointed homophobia by storming outside and aggressively hula-hooping