Christian has written 9 reviews for films with no rating.

  • OLIVIA RODRIGO: driving home 2 u (a SOUR film)

    OLIVIA RODRIGO: driving home 2 u (a SOUR film)

    Oh man she’s just like me fr

  • The Batman

    The Batman

    Waiting to rate this until I rewatch. There’s a few small things that bothered me, but overall this is a pretty damn quintessential Batman film. The thing that it does so well is just being comic booky, it’s not trying to be as realistic as Nolan as much as people throw the word grounded around with it I don’t agree. It’s very like reading a comic like year one or the long Halloween with its tone and choice of character.…

  • Image Makers: The Adventures of America's Pioneer Cinematographers

    Image Makers: The Adventures of America's Pioneer Cinematographers

    Very educational for anyone with an interest in filmmaking. Showed me i really need to watch more old movies to appreciate the foundations of the craft more.

  • Likeness


    A deeply disturbing look at the self image crisis teenage girls face nowadays. Manages to be very provocative in such a short time. Goes from a neon soaked fever dream, to very intense images in a harsh reality a lot of our youth unfortunately live in.

  • Joe Dirt

    Joe Dirt

    Idek how to rate this on the one hand it’s the single dumbest thing I’ve ever seen and insanely dated, but then the journey and heart of it is kinda beautiful. 
    Also why did that girl he thought was his sister look like a white trash version of Margot Robbie.
    Counting it as a rewatch because I remembered some of it from when I was a kid, but yeah it’s dated.
    Redneck odyssey

  • Creating an Army of the Dead

    Creating an Army of the Dead

    Zack really is just the coolest dude
    Loved seeing this behind the scenes of how my favorite director pulled off this crazy movie. Very inspirational to see how he tackled each problem and still had such a fun time making it. His connection with the cast and crew as their director, DP, and even friend is inspiring stuff work ethic wise.
    Also, shoutout to Netflix for being this cooling and letting the man go wild on this. WB should take some notes.

  • Coming Out

    Coming Out

    A powerful and beautiful showcase of how personal cinema can be. It's a two minute Godzilla stop motion short and it has more to say than most films I've seen in recent memory. Told purely through it's visuals, it had me so emotional numerous times, especially the shot of the flag. Godzilla is the most wholesome parent ever.
    It's a perfect example of an artist being able to communicate their message through any lens imaginable.
    It's also literally the best Godzilla movie in decades. On a less serious note that theme literally never gets old.

  • Ma Rainey's Black Bottom: A Legacy Brought to Screen

    Ma Rainey's Black Bottom: A Legacy Brought to Screen

    I love when Netflix does these. This one is very informative of the history of the music, people, and times of the film, and the filmmaking process in general. I recommend you check this out after the film if you're like me and knew nothing about the history, because its important stuff to know to better understand America

  • The Godfather: Part III

    The Godfather: Part III