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Favorite films

  • Paris, Texas
  • Bringing Up Baby
  • Mulholland Drive
  • True Stories

Recent activity

  • The Departed


  • It Happened One Night


  • Stop Making Sense


  • Bottoms


Pinned reviews

  • Koyaanisqatsi



    We are just so weird aren't we.

    Society, humanity, and humans on a level of reason makes a lot of sense. The way we have evolved and they systems we have built around us to support this evolution all adds up from a technical standpoint. But when viewed objectively, from far away or up close, it is. Just. So. Weird.

    From the clothes we as a society collectively decide as "in", to the cars we drive, and the buildings we…

  • The Elephant Man

    The Elephant Man


    David Lynch didn't fuck with my mind this time...he fucked with my heart 💔

Recent reviews

  • The Departed

    The Departed


    Was not that into this sorry. Interesting premise but I didn’t really care about anyone. The ending was silly too.

  • It Happened One Night

    It Happened One Night


    I haven’t seen this movie in a long time and the only things that had stuck with me were 1. How cozy that auto camp cabin seemed in the rain and 2. The way Claudette Colbert says “I’m up” after getting yelled at to get out of bed because it feels like almost 90 years ahead of its time in terms of delivery” 

    The movie as a whole holds up very well though. Obviously it’s the template for the genre…

Popular reviews

  • Insidious



    I mean outside of the editing, acting, plot, script, and horror, it's pretty good!

  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7


    Was it a little cheesy, yes. Was it a little overdramatic, definitely. Was the editing a little distracting, yeah.

    Was I engaged and entertained the whole time, you bet.

    The Trail of the Chicago 7 is a very "movie" movie and a crowd pleaser but it never really claims to be anything different. With a screenplay that fires on all cylinders and strong performances all around it is definitely the most gripping and engaging film of the year.