I will find a way to relate every movie to Taylor Swift

Favorite films

  • Punch-Drunk Love
  • Blue Velvet
  • Paris, Texas
  • Uncut Gems

Recent activity

  • Escape from New York


  • Grizzly Man


  • Akira


  • Panic Room


Pinned reviews

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    Licorice Pizza feels like a memory. Watching it is like listening to someone recall a story from their childhood. It has a dreamlike haze that idealizes the past and enthralls you, but it’s structurally chaotic in the most charming way. The plot jumps around, the emotions are intense and the relationships are messy. But it feels like it’s your best friend telling you this story, so you’re hanging onto every word they say because you love them so much, and…

  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return


    "We live inside a dream"

    Twin Peaks is my favorite show of all time. I've watched and rewatched the pilot more than any other piece of media to ever exist. When I first made my way through the original series in high school, it was an incomparable experience. I had not even gained an interest in movies or filmmaking at all, yet I was engulfed in the world of Twin Peaks. I had never seen anything so cozy and dreamy…

Recent reviews

  • Escape from New York

    Escape from New York


    The 80s epitomized. Campy action sequences with cool set designs. Neon lights and wet streets. John Carpenter’s signature synth-y score. Kurt Russell in a sexy muscle shirt. What’s not to like?

  • Grizzly Man

    Grizzly Man


    A deeply sad and revealing documentary of a man who related more to beasts than humans. Treadwell's life and footage is phenomenal, and it's amazing he was able to survive for as long as he did. The moments when he was vulnerable in front of the camera were some of the most powerful, and Werner Herzog's handling of the story is filled with pathos and care. I'm jealous of Treadwell's relationship with the foxes, but not so much the bears.

Popular reviews

  • I Still Know What You Did Last Summer

    I Still Know What You Did Last Summer


    This is just Scooby-Doo (2002) but complete garbage.

  • Get Him to the Greek

    Get Him to the Greek


    It took me 15 minutes into the film to realize this was in fact not a movie about Jonah Hill taking Russell Brand to different frat parties. And it took me an hour into the film to realize Russell Brand was playing the same character he played in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall". Then I got mad because if this takes place in the FSM universe, how did Jonah Hill appear in that movie as a completely different character? Then I got even madder when I realized Russell Brand shares a face with Alfie Deyes.