Greg

I really like that famous movie line “my name Jeff” from that famous movie 22 Jump Street said by famous actor Channing Tatum

Favorite films

  • The Last Detail
  • After Hours
  • The Evil Dead
  • Last Night

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  • Harold and Maude

    ★★★★★

  • The Beatles Anthology

    ★★★★★

  • Jurassic World Dominion

  • Taxi Driver

    ★★★★★

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  • Last Night

    Last Night

    ★★★★½

    Last Night directed by Don McKellar is a fantastic Canadian film dealing with the impending doom of the end of the world. McKellar breaks up the film using the last hours on earth, the film follows different characters processing the end. The connections between the characters feel real and the random encounters they have flow well. The characters are all very distinct and well written. McKeller delivers one of my favorite performances I’ve seen in a while, he’s hilariously relatable.…

  • After Hours

    After Hours

    ★★★★★

    I normally wouldn’t write a review for a film I had previously reviewed. However I think this film got even better on a rewatch! Howard Shore’s score is so captivating. Scorsese brilliantly connects each scene. Catching every meticulously placed clue I missed was so satisfying. Scorsese apparently didn’t even have an ending set when filming this. They actually filmed a completely different ending but I’m glad they went with this one. It ties the film together perfectly. A black comedy filled with irony and themes of loneliness, guilt and deceit. After Hours is quickly becoming one of my favorite films of all time!

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  • High and Low

    High and Low

    ★★★★★

    High and Low directed by Akira Kurosawa is a classic tale of a moral dilemma, separated by class. A thrilling crime drama that’s fast paced, full of twists and reveals that progress the story effortlessly. Kurosawa’s composition is fantastic, I love the thematic shots of the various vehicles driving up-to Gondo’s hilltop mansion and when Gondo is looking down upon the city. Yutaka Sada as Kingo Gondo’s chauffeur, who bears the emotional weight of his son’s kidnapping, delivers a phenomenal…

  • Mistress America

    Mistress America

    ★★★★½

    Mistress America is another film about the struggles of adulthood from indie director Noah Baumbach. The film follows an aimless college student who finds a much needed friendship with her soon to be stepsister. The two get entangled in a hilarious journey in the pursuit of dreams and ambitions. Greta Gerwig is almost unrecognizably different compared to her titular role in Frances Ha. I am always impressed by her naturalistic charm and ability to fully encapsulate such raw awkwardness. Gerwig is…

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  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch

    ★★★★★

    The French Dispatch is Wes Anderson’s most ambitious and divisive film to date. Dare I say the most creative film I have ever seen! An unbelievable feat of production design that I can’t say I have seen else where. Each story feels like something pulled out of an article. The score is elegant and charming and perfectly fits the tone. Every single performance was marvelous and supported with an overwhelming cast of ensemble actors. Anderson delivers a true homage to journalism and a throughly enjoyable cinematic experience!

  • Walker

    Walker

    ★★★★★

    Alex Cox after committing career suicide:

    “I guess you guys aren’t ready for that yet, but your kids are gonna love it!”