• The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth


    **Saw at the cinemas**

    Very cool retelling of Macbeth. The visuals made me nut, I love how they made it aesthetically like a stage play, it made for great atmosphere. It's pretty hard to mess up an classic story like Macbeth because it just straight up fire my guy. Very good movie.

    Can't wait for the inevitable three weird sisters Disney + series.

  • The Incredibles

    The Incredibles


    Damn Mr. Incredible really pick up the 🗿

  • Arrival




  • Army of Darkness

    Army of Darkness


    Imagine rating this something lower than a 4.5/5 on letterboxd.com, for shame. This objectively the best film in the Lord of rings saga and if disagree you don't understand GROOVY! kino like I do.

    "You Ain't Leadin' But Two Things Right Now - Jack And Shit! And Jack Left Town."

    This is the shit, Hail to the king baby!

  • Prisoners



    Not enough people are mentioning how Paul Dano stole every scene he was in. With only a few words might I add. Pretty underrated actor.

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    I don't like the idea that Palpatine fucks.

    Rise of Shitewanker.

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    It Isn't as insulting as Star Wars stans say and it isn't a bit as visually beautiful or deep as critics say. It's more less just an overstuffed film with some interesting ideas that aren't really built upon in any way, despite this there are some genuinely pretty good moments in it. I liked how Luke redeemed himself and I thought it was poetic that he died looking up at the two suns, I liked that.

    It's just decent visually.…

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens


    Technically its pretty well done for the most part but the bad acting, story, characters and lack of originality dont really back that up for me personally.

  • Whiplash



    Proably the best edited and most anxiety inducing film I've ever seen like it's so incredibly overwhelming that I feel sick to my stomach. Its kinda crazy to think about how many emotions a singular film can make me feel.

    I don't think I gave enough credit to how fucking flawless this film is.

  • Amélie



    It feels like an amalgamation of Wes Anderson and Edgar Wright, I love it.

    Beyond creative, extremely heart warming, visually inventive, beautifully written and immesly hilarious.

    God, I love shit like this so much. Such beautiful film.

  • Empire of the Sun

    Empire of the Sun


    Both Spielberg's most underappreciated work and one of his all time greatest. It's everything Speilberg is strong at in one perfect package. Its extremely human, well paced, somber and dramatic while still maintaining an adventurous atmosphere.

    A lot of it just feels plain iconic.

  • Eternals



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I respect the ambition but it was kinda lame. The story and characters wernt intresting. It tries to delve into intresting concepts but the writing doesn't allow for it because of how much indigestible fluff there is. It tries to feel epic but only ends up feeling empty.

    I wasn't expecting the post credits reveal to be Patton Owswald as an elf and Harry Styles as Thanos brother who's called star fox for some reason?