• Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

    Puss in Boots: The Last Wish


    Very cute and fun! I’m mad tired so I’d probably like it more if I rewatch less sleepy. Great animation tho and an actually fun and effective villain. More like this please!

  • All Quiet on the Western Front

    All Quiet on the Western Front


    A powerful, deeply disturbing watch. I don’t think I’ve seen a war movie this hellish in a while. Actually has the balls to fully commit to a bleak story unlike most war movies that decide to brush it over for the sake of propaganda. There is no glory to war, there is only suffering, a truth this movie is all about.

  • Strange Days

    Strange Days


    Aside from some gratuitous moments and obnoxious editing, I really dug this. The world building here is incredible, every inch of Bigelow’s L.A feels lived in and rich. The story is also captivating, always keeping me engaged despite the length. Not to mention the first person sequences, most of whichever are some of the most thrilling sequences I’ve seen in a minute. This is one of the most underrated movies I’ve seen in a while and I hope more people discover it.

  • This Place Rules

    This Place Rules


    I’m very biased since I’m a big fan of Andrew’s and channel 5, but I thought this was fascinating. Incredibly funny while being completely honest and tragic. A genuinely unflinching view of America and the consistent political division happening currently. Highly recommend this one.

  • White Noise

    White Noise


    This is a movie I appreciated more than I liked. Usually I enjoy movies that stylistically throw you to the wolves and either you click with it or you don’t, and here I wish I liked it more than I did. Highlights for me were Crawley’s cinematography, Elfman’s score, and the ending. Everything in between however, I thought was mediocre. Here’s hoping Baumbach improves himself with his next movie.

  • The Quick and the Dead

    The Quick and the Dead


    Sam Raimi makes fucking bangers when no one tries to stop him.

  • Black Swan

    Black Swan


    This could go up for me but idk. Portman is obviously fantastic and Aronofsky does a really good job increasing the paranoia and delusion in every scene. But holy fuck I thought it was really corny at times, some of the choices here just really did not work for me (like holy fuck the talking paintings were comical). Overall this was solid, I just wish I liked it more. Also Perfect Blue solos this in practically every regard.

  • Training Day

    Training Day


    Another movie that surpassed my expectations. Washington and Hawke are both phenomenal and Fuqua does a good job nd having slick direction while still retaining grit.

  • Good Will Hunting

    Good Will Hunting


    Watched this because I heard good things and it completely surpassed my expectations. Robin Williams is phenomenal and gives one of the most honest and moving performances I’ve seen in a while. Matt Damon is also really good, but him and Affleck’s script is the other highlight, feeling grounded and realistic, but never lacking clarity or feeling muddled. Great movie.

  • Babylon



    I don't think I've seen a movie equally love and hate the subject it's covering more than this. Everyone in the ensemble delivers career best performances, elevating already solid material. Not to mention Hurwitz going apeshit with his score and Sangren creating such vivid imagery of this era of Hollywood. Definitely get the mixed reception, but this is one of my favorites of the year.

  • The Night Before

    The Night Before


    Only Christmas movie I watch consistently. Still fire.

  • Magic Mike

    Magic Mike


    Good, just wish I gave more of a shit before the last 30 minutes.