Eli T.

Eli T.

Favorite films

  • GoodFellas
  • Pulp Fiction
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark
  • The Blues Brothers

Recent activity

  • La Haine


  • The Lady Eve


  • The African Queen


  • Witness for the Prosecution


Recent reviews

  • Saltburn



    Emerald Fennell delivers again!

    A disturbingly beautiful film that carries through with sincerity, has moments of dark humor, and ends on a shocking note.

    Based on the trailer, I thought it would be your run-of-the-mill boarding school narrative, but this had a Call Me By Your Name meets Perks of Being a Wallflower quality to it, which made it stand out.

    Barry Keoghan’s performance, like most of his roles, was devious and daunting; not his best, but still quite effective.

    Jacob Elordi’s…

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

    Killers of the Flower Moon


    I was the only one in the audience of my screening who was in their twenties, and considering 46% of the film’s viewers on opening day were in the between 18 - 34, I feel very proud of myself :)

    Also, it was my first theatrical Scorsese experience.

    With that being said, it was a very socially and culturally meditative viewing. Given the fact of its loaded runtime, 3hr & 26 mins, it definitely felt like a slow burn, but it…

Popular reviews

  • Oppenheimer



    I don’t wanna speak too soon, but Christopher Nolan may finally receive his Oscar because this feels like such a triumph in his career. One of his previous films, Dunkirk, was the start of it, but this film especially separated him further from the world of Sci-Fi and Caped Crusaders. With that being said, the way he told the story of J. Robert Oppenheimer was so unique that I think if anyone else got their hands on the project, it’d…

  • Nope



    R.I.P Gordy 🙌

    With that being said, Let’s Unpack Here…

    As it currently stands:
    1). Get Out
    2). Nope
    3). Us

    At first, I had no clue where this was going, but, after the first act, things got very interesting.

    With one too many plot lines, I guess it worked out, in the end, but it’s not an easy film to follow.

    While watching, I drew comparisons to M. Night Shyamalan’s Signs & Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind,…