Favorite films

  • The Silence of the Lambs
  • Rear Window
  • Phantom Thread
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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  • The Batman


  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre


Recent reviews

  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    Texas Chainsaw Massacre


    Can we get back creative with our slashers (chainsaw?) films.. There’s so much potential and gore doesn’t make your film if you don’t care about the characters and the plot doesn’t make any sense. I don’t even know if i can fully comprehend what i watched lol

  • I Used to Go Here

    I Used to Go Here


    A really good indie dramedy film about a failed writer returning home and hanging out with college kids and discovering more about herself and that her writing maybe isn’t all she thought it was.. yet there’s freedom she finds in her experience with her younger “friends.”

    Give Gillian Jacobs more roles! She was amazing and her ability to be charming and bounce between the dramatic and comedy aspects of the role really made the film for me. 

    Side note: why does HBO-Max have this in the romance section? Sure it involves kissing and sex but it’s not romantic whatsoever 😭.

Popular reviews

  • Soul



    Yet another masterpiece from Pixar. Soul is a spiritual and soulful experience that delves into our meaning of life and purpose from our beginning of life to the end of it and most of all how the small things matter. It’s yet another topic of morality and existential. 

    As a band kid who plays trumpet and was in marching band in highschool; I was really excited for this movie just based off the trailers and promotion but it still exceeded my…

  • Moonlight



    This film was absolutely stunning, in every single possible way.

    The message, the simple yet powerful plot, the wonderful score and the breathtaking cinematography and the way Barry Jenkins shoots it... II have no critiques whatsoever about this film, because for me this represents exactly why movies are universal and how beautiful  storytelling can be. Moonlight absolutely nailed it.