Favorite films

  • Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
  • Auto Focus
  • Fight Club
  • Heathers

Recent activity

  • Violent Night


  • Andor: A Disney+ Day Special Look


  • Leap of Faith


  • The Fabelmans


Recent reviews

  • Violent Night

    Violent Night


    'Violent Night' is an indigoferous, lambent action-comedy that is bedecked in the woolskin of a 'Die Hard' terrorist scenario. The inclusion of a walkie-talkie as a child's pipeline to the North Pole denizen is alopecoid indeed.

    David Harbour's Santa Clause is a tippling barfly Saint Nick but he isn't a surly malcontent like Billy Bob Thornton and he isn't wearily bedraggled like Mel Gibson in 'Fatman'. Harbour warmly gravitates towards the lapsed-idealism within the iconographic figure ("I forgot why I…

  • Andor: A Disney+ Day Special Look

    Andor: A Disney+ Day Special Look



    Calibrate your 'Star Wars' expectations, this isn't a slambang extravaganza like the other entries into George Lucas' brainchild. This is an absorbingly sectarian, meticulous dive into the skulduggery of the Empire. No lightsaber duels. No Jedi mind tricks. 'Andor' is engrossingly noirish, ambitiously stratified take on the galaxy eons away. Morlana One itself is the seedy underground of the Empire with swap shops, mechanics and jacks-of-all-trades.

    While he was a one-note scofflaw in 'Rogue One', Diego Luna's…

Popular reviews

  • Paradise City

    Paradise City


    'Paradise City' is a varicose, occasionally, entertainingly sordid VOD reunion between John Travolta and Bruce Willis were it not for their truncated screentime. Travolta slurs uncomfortably as the minatory tycoon on the island and Willis is spectral after the first five minutes.

    In light of Willis' destabilizing aphasia diagnosis, the temptation is that adminiculating with Travolta and director Chuck Russell would stratify this above a Maui vacation on a geezer-teaser budget. Alas, other than lush shots of the beach and…

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion


    ‘Jurassic World: Dominion' is a dreadfully underwritten, incurably stupefying trilogy capstone to the next phase in the dinosaur franchise. The kernel about mankind's cohabitation of Planet Earth with the lumbering relics is a nonstarter when Colin Trevorrow is more anaclitic on the overkeen, ridiculously burlesqued human villains like Soyona Santos (Dichen Lachman) who is impractically pret-a-porter in her blowsy white suit and Lewis Dodgson (Campbell Scott) who flails his arms with a enfant-terrible temper tantrum during the denouement.

    Owen Grady's…