Lenerner has written 369 reviews for films during 2020.

  • Ratatouille



    Ok I didn't watch this again but what if I made an edit of this with taxi driver.

    All the food critics come out at night

    Listen you chefs, you scavengers, here is a rat who would not take it any moremore. Here is... ratpatootie

    Chef Skinner would be chief
    Linguini would be iris
    Gusteau would be betty
    The other chefs would be the other taxi drivers
    Colette would be Travis
    Remy would be the guy that gets his hand shot off
    Ego would be the cab

  • Unbreakable




  • Sansho the Bailiff

    Sansho the Bailiff


    I think I'm actually in love

  • Soul



    The best PIXAR movie. Also possibly the best animated films of all time. Heart and compassion like this is something I've only ever seen in something like bojack horseman, eternal sunshine of the spotless mind or inside llewyn davis, I was convinced that characters and emotion had to be built over a long time, over seasons. Mad men is the example here. But cinema can now welcome one of its new best protagonists. Joe is well meaning, and he is…

  • Man with a Movie Camera

    Man with a Movie Camera


    Man... BFI were right...

  • Scrooge



  • Moonlight



    Moonlight is the best film of the 2010s
    A bold statement for a bold movie!

  • It's a Wonderful Life

    It's a Wonderful Life


    Damn bro you got the whole squad crying

  • Paddington 2

    Paddington 2


    This film made me want to go outside into the rain soaked city of London but I didn't want to because I had no motivation so I stood in the doorway for about five minutes before I realised what I was doing. Then I went back inside and watched gay tik toks. Sometimes I wonder what it's like to live with me

  • The Nightmare Before Christmas

    The Nightmare Before Christmas


    Tim Burton sucks

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens


    dunno if How the fuck JJ abrahms missed this but pretty sure oscar isaac and adam driver asked not to go to out of space.

  • Holy Motors

    Holy Motors


    This film drips with meaning and allegory and plays on our emotions and the best part: tells us nothing. It's meaning is subjective to each person and we can see Leo Carax laughing at us with anarchic joy as we try to disect allegories.
    The intrigue of holy motors is made with such precision, each acting performance our protagonist gives has different genre and feeling attached to it with each new persona he takes and shows us in some cases…