Favorite films

  • The Tree of Life
  • Spring Breakers
  • The Worst Person in the World
  • The Tale of the Princess Kaguya

Recent activity

  • We're All Going to the World's Fair


  • Cinderella


  • Last Year at Marienbad


  • Both Sides of the Blade


Pinned reviews

  • Blonde



    Watched an advanced screening of this with a Q&A with hair department and makeup department afterwards.

    Look, Andrew Dominik is a talented filmmaker. I think The Assassination of Jesse James is one of the greatest movies ever. It actually makes sense why Dominik would want to make another film about an icon like Marilyn Monroe. At this point, both Jesse James and Monroe feel like god-like figures to us, but in the Jesse James film, Dominik does an incredible job…

  • Moonlight



    Just checking to make sure this is still the greatest movie ever

Recent reviews

  • We're All Going to the World's Fair

    We're All Going to the World's Fair


    Currently living with my grandparents and they pretty much use the TV 24/7 so I've been watching movies on my computer mostly. It's usually not ideal for me, but honestly, I think that kind of enhanced the experience of watching this film.

    Found this to be a really effective and creepy film about growing up in the digital age. As a tween, the most I interacted with anybody online that I didn't know was the limited chat function on Club…

  • Last Year at Marienbad

    Last Year at Marienbad


    Really wish I got more out of this. Lot of pretty images and the editing is really creative but didn't connect with this as much as I would have liked to. It's obviously purposefully obtuse and impossible to actually piece together, but it made it really hard for me to care about the characters at times.

    I do like that game where they have to draw sticks from rows though. Anyways, I wish I had something more intelligent to say about this film. Perhaps quarantine brain is kicking in and I need to watch something more mindless.

Popular reviews

  • Junior



    What happened to Julia Ducournau during her teen years wtf

  • After Yang

    After Yang


    A sci-fi reinterpretation of Edward Yang's Yi Yi. It's about coming to terms with a potential death in the family. Both Yang and Kogonada are hugely influenced by Ozu, but Kogonada is able to inject so many of his trademarks just two films into his career.

    His appreciation of architecture is really apparent in this (I'm not really surprised though considering he made Columbus), and the production design is so aesthetically pleasing. Truly moving film, and despite its title literally…