• Oppenheimer



    9 / 10

    Definitely a brilliant movie with amazing cinematography, lighting, music, dialogue, and a stacked cast. There’s a 0% chance this movie doesn’t win an Oscar in something. Cillian Murphy and RDJ are phenomenal in this film, and it’s really cool seeing RDJ break away from his Ironman role and continue to prove he’s a well rounded actor. 

    Just a warning to viewers, this is a very long, exhausting movie with continuous relevant dialogue, so get ready to be…

  • Get Out

    Get Out


    9.3 / 10

    Huge, huge, fan of this movie. This film is such a well done, multi-faceted movie that tackles themes of racism through character building and interactions without coming off as preachy. In addition to that, the acting performances are fantastic, and I love the hints and subtle clues that lead to the reveal/climax at the end of the movie. This film is also genuinely creepy and unsettling without the need for unnecessary jump scares or shaky cams. I…

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


    7.5 / 10

    I’m definitely in the minority here but I think the movie was just decent. First off, the villain didn’t interest me whatsoever, and the power dynamics felt off. The guardians have gone toe to toe with some of the most powerful beings in the galaxy, and we see characters in this movie get shot by typical weapons and be legitimately stunned; it just felt odd. In addition to that, the jokes weren’t really landing for me. There…

  • The Benchwarmers

    The Benchwarmers


    7.2 / 10

    I might get judged for this, but I actually think this movie is hilarious. I’ve seen it three or four times and some parts still crack me up. It’s just such a hilariously stupid movie. I also quote the Sammy Sprinkler line a little more often than I should. Even though I genuinely enjoy this movie, it feels like a sin to put it up with my other 8s so I’m keeping it below a 7.5. I’d say it’s worth watching if you’re into comedies similar to dumb and dumber and dodgeball.

  • The Passion of the Christ

    The Passion of the Christ


    7 / 10

    Hope everyone had a great Easter! Wanted to revisit a movie that kind of traumatized me when I was younger. This movie is basically two straight hours of Jesus getting absolutely brutalized, and the movie definitely accomplishes what it was set out to do. It’s extremely emotional, and something that keeps it from being an 8 or 9 is simply how brutal it is; I can only watch torture for so long. Mel Gibson did a great…

  • Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

    Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets


    7.9 / 10

    This movie is definitely one of my hotter takes. Personally, I’m a pretty big fan. It has one of my favorite opening sequences of any movie, has a compelling enough story, and is visually stunning. The average rating for this movie is quite low on this app, but I unironically think it’s pretty good. The movie is a little long, and even though I enjoy the main characters, I think that their acting falls a little flat…

  • Nightcrawler



    9.2 / 10

    Big fan of this movie. Love the acting of course, as well as the cinematography, story, music, and the overall uncomfortable feelings that come with the film. I’ll try to keep this as spoiler free as possible so I’ll just say that I love how you know that Gyllenhaal’s character has something wrong with him, but you can’t quite put your finger on it until the movie progresses. In the first thirty minutes of the movie or…

  • El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

    El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie


    7.3 / 10

    First off, HUGE Breaking Bad fan. Number 1 show for me and Better Call Saul is a no doubter top 5. For me, everything about El Camino was good but nothing really stood out. The characters, direction the story took, and climax were all just pretty good, but it was a satisfying ending to Jesse’s character. Also, this may sound petty, but Jesse Plemons, who played Todd in the show and movie, looked distractedly different, and it…

  • Avatar



    8.8 / 10

    When nine year old me watched this movie in 3D back when it came out I was mesmerized. Since then I’ve watched it a few more times and I’m still a huge fan despite those who argue it’s overrated. The special effects and action scenes were breath taking back in 2009 and still hold up remarkably well. I think the acting is quite well and the story/writing isn’t quite as weak as some people make it out…

  • 42



    8.2 / 10

    Chadwick Boseman’s tragic passing aside, 42 is a great movie about an extremely talented athlete who helped close the color barrier in American culture. You’ll probably love this movie if you’re a fan of baseball, and it really is inspirational. The acting is solid throughout and Boseman does a wonderful making you feel what Robinson had to endure. The actual baseball scenes are good too, and I think this movie is definitely worth a watch for baseball and non-baseball fans alike.

  • Brightburn



    6.1 / 10

    To start, I love the concept for this movie and it had a ton of potential. For those of you who don’t know, this movie is basically a what if Superman’s parents failed in raising him correctly and he became evil. It’s a terrific idea with some good acting and horrific violence if you’re into that. Unfortunately, I think it falters in execution. It seemed as if this movie would focus on character development but it just becomes…

  • Whiplash



    10 / 10

    I don’t usually like to speak in absolutes and I understand that everyone has their own tastes, which is great, but rating this movie anything below an 8 and a half is criminal. This film has everything: amazing characters, acting, writing, lighting, music, drama, comedy…everything! As I’ve said in previous reviews, I am in love with movies that give you an ending to interpret. I would love for people to comment on this review and answer me this: who wins in the end? Neiman or Fletcher? Both? Neither? If you haven’t seen this movie, I’m literally begging you to.