• Air



    A bts film of celebrity endorsements and  related marketing. Unbelievaby, who knew NIKE once was at the bottom of their market share?  Encapsulating, researched, and steadfast. At times the sequences stay too long on an idea, creating a flat note. But the cast is the real reason to see this little nugget. 

    Davis and Damon brought their A-game, their back and forth plays are the film’s better drawn-in moments. 
    Messina’s scenes had me lol  
    Davis’ delivery hit the right…

  • Evil Dead Rise

    Evil Dead Rise


    Should have been a hand missing.

  • Magnolia



    “This is not just something that happened. This cannot be one of those things. This please, cannot be that.
    And for what I would like to say I can't. This was not just a matter of chance - these strange things happen all the time.”

    Julianne  Moore eats all of her scene -🐐 

    Macy’s character is the film’s broken heart and Reilly’s Jim is the  moral compass. Plus Jim sports a slapping pair of Oaks.

    RIP PSH ♥️

    “You’re a friend of the family”  🌈

  • Blonde



    There is so much to say in admiration of this expressionistic and ecstatic film. I just can’t break my critique all down, I’ll sound so pretentious, and that’s not what I want for this gem! 

    The director and de Armas, both delivered a thrilling, unnerving, and unhinged biopic — surpassing any other similar Marilyn film before it.

  • The Pope's Exorcist

    The Pope's Exorcist

    Russell Crowe these are the type of movies you’re making now?

    It’s the 2000 mile journey on a vespa for me—

  • Renfield



    Horror comedy films and Hoult’s empathetic monster characters  rock my metaphoric  world. The script transitions are the downfall of this one. 

    Nic Cage can ham up anything, make a scene cringier than it needs to be, and I’ll still buy in. 
    Who knew 6’ 3” Hoult could move like that?

  • Peter Pan & Wendy

    Peter Pan & Wendy


    It’ll be another 5 years before yet another Pan movie comes out. Make them stop—-

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

    Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves


    One of the better non Marvel, fantasy based films to come out in a while.

    While it follows a predictable formula, the actors and encompassing D&D easter eggs all help to bring this film to life. 

    I’ll bite and and wait to see how this franchise rolls out.

  • Inside Man

    Inside Man


    One of Lee’s more edited and large scaled films, from a bigger budget and A-List actors.

    I’m all about auteurism but with this film, films like BlacKkKlansman and Do the Right Thing we get a more controlled, yet envisioned Lee. More likely it comes down to the producers and their direction. 

    Denzel, Jodie, Owen, are just amazing at what they do. Individually the three of them ate their scenes up but when the three of them were together in scenes, they handidly delivered back and forth dialogue, and drew me in even more so.

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

    Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

    Make it stop.

  • Shazam! Fury of the Gods

    Shazam! Fury of the Gods

    I mean…you already know…

  • BEEF



    Road rage, an autopilot of poor decisions, and immaturity on the surface, but underneath and when examined, layers of regressed emotions and suppressed reality checks. 

    Since he left the Walking Dead, Steven Yeun has become one of my favorite working actors. He has delivered a string of multifaceted acting chops I never knew he had — plus he’s a cutie.