Favorite films

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once
  • War and Peace
  • Mommy
  • Autumn Sonata

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once


  • The Adventure of Denchu-Kozo


  • The Northman


  • The Hunt


Pinned reviews

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Nothing short of an achievement. Matt Reeves continues to outdo himself with every picture. How it could possibly get better than this is beyond me.

    This is what movies were made for. This is a shining example of what blockbusters SHOULD be. The gold-standard. Rarely does anything in The Batman feel like it was produced in a factory. Quickly, Reeves establishes his trust in the audience.

    Incredible emphasis on reaction. What matters is not what causes the action but how…

  • Dune



    I think it's time to actually write out my thoughts on Dune. This is my 3rd watch in theaters! I don't think experiencing this on a big screen will ever get old - but it's time to finally get my thoughts off my chest. My thoughts might not be perfect since I'm still processing a lot.

    The consistent bull imagery in this fascinates me the most. Whether it's the stone bull carving, the miniature bull fight or the bull head…

Recent reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Absolutely perfect.

    It's no surprise this has connected with thousands of people when the Daniels have told a very gentle and careful story about family. Family is everything, Family is everywhere.

    I think the directing in this is miraculous and I cannot imagine how hard it was to actually direct. It really, really hit me on this watch of just how impressive the beats are. And how good they transition into one-another. I cannot imagine the amount of restless pre-production…

  • The Adventure of Denchu-Kozo

    The Adventure of Denchu-Kozo


    Genuinely charming.

    So happy I can watch a super early Tsukamoto film and actually enjoy my time with it and it's world and not just "appreciate" it like a lot of other films. Charlie Chaplin's A Dog's Life, for example.

    Tsukamoto has always been on his A-game. He's so confident and it seems as though he's always had it. The iconic sped-up images of characters in the streets of Tokyo never grows old and still looks incredibly visually arresting. Tsukamoto…

Popular reviews

  • Minions: The Rise of Gru

    Minions: The Rise of Gru

    Make this R rated and make the minions say "fuck".

  • Hot Wheels: World Race

    Hot Wheels: World Race


    This isn't any Departed, Jaws, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, or Mad Max. It's better.

    Now you'd think a film about teenagers using other-worldly cars travelling through other-worldly portals with no explanation for both other-worldly things would be dumb af, right? Wrong. It's the best thing anything my eyes have ever seen.

    Now stfu and be quiet, we are getting to the scene where they drive their other-worldly cars through an other-worldy T-Rex inside of it while also in the middle of an other-worldly desert and jump out of the mouth of the other-worldly T-Rex with explosions and fireworks.