Favorite films

  • Pan's Labyrinth
  • Mulholland Drive
  • PlayTime
  • The Apartment

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  • The Gold Rush


  • The Card Counter


  • The Last Temptation of Christ


  • Red Rocket


Recent reviews

  • The Gold Rush

    The Gold Rush



    Criterion Challenge 2022 Week 2: A Movie from the 1920s

    We're going into two birds, one stone territory here as I knock off a film from the AFI List as well as complete my Criterion Challenge for the week. Since it was the 1920s, I knew silent was on the docket and it was an easy choice to go with one that I know is on the AFI List.

    However, I love Chaplin. I've only seen a handful of…

  • The Card Counter

    The Card Counter


    I'm not quite sure what to make of The Card Counter. Over the course of the less than 2 hour run time, it didn't really go anywhere. Oscar Isaac was great, but Tiffany Haddish or Tye Sheridan did not work for me, which makes their relationship feel forced. I never really felt the stakes of the poker tournament as the film is decidedly not about poker. He even mentions towards the end of the film that he doesn't care about…

Popular reviews

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    It's hard for me to overstate how excited I was for Last Night in Soho. It is directed by one of my favorite directors. It is starring two of my favorite young actresses. It is a horror movie with homages to European filmmakers from the 60s and 70s. This movie feels like it was made for me. So, I don't believe that I can really judge it objectively.

    I liked this. I liked it a lot. The film is incredibly…

  • Network



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.


    Wow. 1976, yet still one of the most relevant movies I've ever seen; predicting the infotainment movement by two decades. I can just imagine the scene where Max was fired taking place in Roger Ailes' office circa 1998. There is very little difference between Howard Beale and a Glenn Beck or Keith Olbermann or even InfoWars (though they don't have the benefit of a network fortunately). The film is very well acted with every scene feeling like it could…