Tim Costa from the First Time Watchers Podcast

Tim Costa from the First Time Watchers Podcast


Favorite films

  • Die Hard
  • Rear Window
  • Jaws
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Recent activity

  • G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra


  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World


  • Almost Famous


  • Katie Tippel


Recent reviews

  • G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

    G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

    Stephen Sommers knew exactly the tone to take (the same tone, mind you, the ‘Bayformers’ films should’ve taken) and goes hog wild making a live action cartoon. 
    Nanotech mumbo-jumbo. 
    Underground mega bases below the Egyptian desert. 
    Human enhancement suits. 
    Rachel Nichols and Sienna Miller, mama mia. 
    Brendan Fraser shows up for a hot minute. 
    Multiple backstories told through many flashback sequences. 
    There is an underwater Death Star and underwater TIE fighter battles. 
    5 stars

  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

    Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

    A few days ago, I watched Todd Solondz’s Happiness and said there are only a handful of times you will come across a film where a director is seemingly able to fully convey their intentions, ideas, and tone so perfectly that it makes you appreciate just how difficult it is to accomplish such a feat.
    Scott Pilgrim vs the World is another one of those films. 
    But why is Scott such a dick for almost 100% of his screen time? #TeamKnives

Popular reviews

  • Cats


    About 15 minutes in, when humans dressed as cats started to do a dance routine with humans dressed as mice and humans dressed as cockroaches, I thought I was losing my goddamn mind. 
    I literally had no idea what was happening from one moment to the other. 
    Rebel Wilson looked like she had no desire to be there. 
    Ian McKellan looked like he had no clue why he was there. 
    At no point did I believe anyone was physically where…

  • Pig


    A film that reminded me of a mix between David Lowery and Kelly Reichardt. About loss and how it defines you. 
    I love the somber, gentle pace with a script that slowly informs you yet never holds your hand and I never knew what direction it was going. 
    Cage gives a remarkable and nuanced performance as someone barely holding back his grief yet whose  skills remain untarnished and a reputation that holds weight wherever he goes despite his character being…