Dylan has written 182 reviews for films during 2022.

  • The Whale

    The Whale


    Why do I feel like after watching this film that the title has a triple meaning🤯

    Also Sadie Sink I love you.


  • Divergent



    My thoughts throughout the runtime:
    -Hunger games? 
    -Cliche but oh shit Kate Winslet is here
    -Cringey “what is this dialogue?”- me to many times throughout this film.
    -I’m really bored
    -Kate Winslet is back
    -This is stupid
    -Kate Winslet is back once again and she’s evil. Yes! I want her to kill everyone:)
    -It’s an action movie now I guess
    -They stopped Kate Winslet:(
    -How is this a whole trilogy😭

    Moral of the story is that the film needed more Kate Winslet.


  • Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

    Puss in Boots: The Last Wish


    I am genuinely shocked at how great this is. Joel Crawford put so much effort in this story in a puss in boots movie. Bravo!

    The characters are great, animation is great, action is fun, story is flipping amazing, and the voice cast is perfect.

    Wagner Moura as the wolf/death is epic and sent goosebumps down my spine. There are kind of three villains in the film and they are all so good. Florence Pugh as Goldilocks was fun and…

  • Causeway



    Smart screenplay+Jennifer Lawrence and Brain Tyree Henry=good movie.


  • RRR



    “Load, Aim, Shoot”

    This isn’t really a film. It’s an experience. It’s quite incredible how this is all pulled off. Everything is done so well. It has everything you could ever want in a film. Heart, stellar action, otherworldly score and music, and great acting. It’s an experience like no other. It’s over the top but it works so well.

    It’s a film that you can’t help but appreciate for its uniqueness and mind boggling sequences.

    I’m not sure how…

  • Singin' in the Rain

    Singin' in the Rain


    Is this my 4th watch today? Oops.

    I mainly wanted to watch this because I know Babylon took a lot of inspiration from this. Especially the scene when both films did the first takes for the talkies. Both of which managed to be hilarious. 

    This is easily one of the most feel good films. It excels at being so likable and charming. The music is fantastic, acting is great, comedy is on point, and the choreography is off the charts.

    Glad I finally had the chance to watch this. Thanks Grandma for recommending this after Die Hard😭🤣


  • Die Hard

    Die Hard


    Alan Rickman as Hans Gruber will forever be iconic.


  • Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical

    Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical


    “But what I really like is reading, it’s like holiday in your head.”-Matilda 

    Matilda the musical is faithful to the Broadway production and carry’s over its charm, fun music, and color. Alisha weir is simply delightful as Matilda. Emma Thompson is unrecognizable and so so great as Trunchbull. Lashana Lynch gives a good performance as well.

    I’ve always loved the music in this. It’s unique and different from your typical musicals. The choreography and singing from the children is so…

  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas


    Cindy Lou Who calling everyone out is my favorite.


  • The Invitation

    The Invitation


    Add this to the list of films that would’ve benefited with an R rating.

    It’s boring. The first hour nothing happens except a few “suspense” scenes. The rest is boring setup that isn’t really interesting at all.

    The last 45 minutes switch it up to where it becomes silly. I actually dont mind Thomas Doherty’s performance. I feel like with a better script he could’ve been even better as menacing. 

    This is kind of like Ready or not, but in…

  • Glass Onion

    Glass Onion


    Watched again with the family. Still very good. Who comes up with this? Rian Johnson is on another level.

    Watching this AND Babylon today just felt good. What a good day of cinema.


  • Babylon



    “I hate when people put fucking toppings on ice cream”-Nellie   Me too Nellie, me too.

    I’m at a loss of words for how incredible this was. I had tears come down my face because of the ending. Oh my god Damien Chazelle can make a film. I absolutely loved it. 

    It’s about the very highs and very lows of 1920’s Hollywood with the transition. It’s rooted with its characters. One being at the high of it, slowly going downhill,…