• The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    Lmao this was so meta. A little bit of cages real life and his choices. He literally just spoke about all of the straight to red box movies Hes done in the last years to pay his debt. I feel like This movie wss therapeutic to him. And he was a blast. A reminder of how versatile of an actor he Is. A showcase of his action movie star, his dramatic and his comedic side as well.

    The real star…

  • Happiness


    I like disturbing and messed up movies but NOT when it involves pedophilia. I was not ready for that level of fucked up.

    Philip Seymour is great as always tho… I kinda scream in a scene where he shoots his cum into a wall and uses it as glue. ☠️

  • The Northman

    The Northman

    Just got out of the Northman. God damn it. Quick thoughts:
    1. Eggers you fucker. 3/3. If this was the movie he movie he made with studio interference… imagine the movie he would’ve made if he had his way 100%. Big budget auterism at its best.
    2. Nicole you will always be famous. That monologue. Oscar campaign plz. This>> her Past couple noms. Unhinged Nicole is always the best Nicole. Legend!
    3. Anya you are the future. She’s such a…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    This is one of those movies that I wasn’t completely crazy over it like everyone BUT… there’s so much greatness here. The originality, the creativity, the talented cast/performances??? I mean this was done with only 25 million and accomplished a lot and way more than 100+ cmb making multi verse movies. This is how you make it and you make it right.

    Michelle yeoh is just a treasure and I hope she keeps getting roles because wow. Please keep giving…

  • X


    Holy fuck this was awesome. Horror movies are truly underrated. This was so thrilling and fresh… not a masterpiece but in a world of remakes and pointless franchises this felt very innovative and exciting. The slasher genre came be hit or miss but Ti made something that didn’t feel repetitive and the cast? Fuck… they all were great. I love how horror keeps giving women great roles yet still doesn’t get the credit it deserves. I loved Brittany snow here..…

  • Morbius


    Lmao. This had some of the worst cgi/effects I’ve seen recently. Not sure if they were bad or just used badly cuz whenever he was flying or moving I screamed at the smoke or whatever it was he was leaving…it was so corny looking! and the only purpose this movie served was to set up a sequel…. Other than that??? Pointless af. A huge misfire. But I did like it had some horror elements?? I guess that’s it. Wait till it’s out on VOD if you’re curious. Don’t waste your money.

  • Death on the Nile

    Death on the Nile

    I watched this yesterday when i came home from Sunday funday and i liked it but maybe I drank enough champagne to feel denial.

    Also hmm this is the best Branagh movie this Past lol. This>>> borefast

  • Cha Cha Real Smooth

    Cha Cha Real Smooth

    10th movie @ Sundance festival 2022

    I truly believe Cooper Raiff can be the next big thing. Or at least If there’s any justice in the world he’ll be. He showed massive potential with his debut film shit house(2020). He wrote, starred and directed that movie. Now before I keep going cha cha won’t come out until later this year.. PLEASE WATCH SHIT HOUSE! Ok, that being said this was THE movie of Sundance 2022. What a perfect follow up…

  • Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

    Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

    9th movie @ Sundance Film Festival 2022

    I can’t believe I didn’t even want to watch this movie at first. It didn’t catch my attention but thanks to the praise and a friend who saw it and confirmed to me it was the real deal I watched it. I’m so glad I did. It is the real deal indeed… movies like this with an older woman(Thompson) as lead playing a character that is embracing her age, her body, her sexuality,…

  • Happening


    8th movie @ Sundance 2022
    A quiet slow burn that is so realistic that it kinda hurts to see Anne suffering and not knowing what to do, where to go, who to go to? It’s sad that we still have the same problem nowadays and we’re still fighting for womens right to choose. A must Watch whenever it’s out. Those French really know how to make movies huh?

  • Sharp Stick

    Sharp Stick

    Sundance film festival movie #7

    Holy shit. This is one of the worst movies I’ve seen in recent memory. I was so excited for This and the premise sounded like something I’d like plus the actors? Taylour page? Jon bernthal? Jennifer Jason lee? A young woman gets involved with her boss and awakens her sexual side?? Sounds like my kinda shit… it wasn’t. Won’t go into details and spoil but yeah this wasn’t good at all. Very uncomfortable and not in a good way at all. It tries to be edgy, quirky and different but it just a fucking flop. Hard pass. Avoid this shit.

  • Resurrection


    All hail Rebecca hall!

    6th movie @ Sundance 2022 movie festival

    Resurrection tells the story of a very successful business woman who raised a 17 year old daughter on her own. Her life seems to be under control until she starts seeing a man from her past in different places… then she starts getting paranoid, and all goes downhill from there. To say more I’d be spoiling it and I’d rather not… but the movie goes from being a thriller…