Favorite films

  • Zodiac
  • In the Mood for Love
  • Godzilla
  • The Matrix

Recent activity

  • Free Guy

  • To Die For


  • Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare

  • Ronin


Recent reviews

  • Free Guy

    Free Guy

    Channing Tatum and Jodie Comer are innocent here. But the fact Shawn Levy’s Free Guy is praised for being a original film. When Free Guys narrative is The Lego Movie (2014) with Space Jam: A New Legacy level of humor. Plus between Free Guy’s ending cynical using Disney ip. And ripping off The Lego Movie narrative I can’t believe is being praised for being a original film. Also Taikia Watititi straight up give one the worst performance of the year…

  • To Die For

    To Die For


    “How do I describe her, four letters words begin with C, (response) Cold”

    My God, Gus Van Sant’s To Die For (1995) has aged so well. Because To Die For perfectly captures how charismatic people can us there fame or clout to take of people. That can’t believe now a day’s there are podcast, YouTube channels, and even Television networks. Profiting on all aspects of culture of personally that To Die For is criticizing. Which Nicholas Kidman’s performance as Suzanne…

Popular reviews

  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas


    Baby Grinch is one of most upsetting thing I seen in a mainstream film. 

    In Ron Howard biggest hit of his career. Even with him directing a Star Wars film. An also this should be a movie I love. Do to the crazy makeup and world design. Which is so live action cartoon I so love it but, the film is so dull and boring. Which has no ideas in there just makes the film hard to watch. And the film is not that long of a running time.

  • House



    House (1986) is Steve Miner’s follow up to Friday the 13th: Part Three. In odd duck of a hunted house film. About how you can’t move on from your trauma unless deal with the trauma itself. Unfortunately House land in the Raimi eques tone trying to be. Finally whale Steve Miner’s House is flawed but, interesting. And should be confused with Nobuhiko Obayashi’s House (1977) that rules!