“I'm one of those people who says, 'yes, cinema died when they invented sound.” —George Lucas

Favorite films

  • Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
  • Solaris
  • The Searchers
  • Titus

Recent activity

  • The Mule

  • Pirates of 1920

  • Reservoir Dogs

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

Recent reviews

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road

    Here's a serious question I have, what makes Mad Max different from literally any Marvel product? Now, I'd be exaggerating if I said this is on the same level as let's say Deadpool but given the overwhelming amount of praise this film has received as if it were the second coming of Christ I expected far more.

    The class struggle commentary is blatant and honestly, quite simpleton. This theme has been present in filmmaking every since its first stages and…

  • Joker


    The only praise to the Joker you'll hear from me goes to Joaquin Phoenix for trying to give this piece of dung at least a redeeming quality. Unfortunately, he serves as a mouth piece to one of the most morally corrupted, loathsome and vomit-inducing reels on film canvas.

    It has been a while since I finished watching a movie with the absolute conviction of it being one of the absolute worst movies I've seen and it baffles me how people…

Popular reviews

  • Cars 2

    Cars 2


    This is THE Empire Strikes Back of the Cars Cinematic Universe. Also Pixney’s best film by a country mile. From the subtlety of its themes to its relatable characters & emotional core, is just marvelous

    This film made me question my entire existence, Matter’s scene when he realizes he’s seen as an idiot is heartbreaking, I legitimately can’t hold my tears on how touching, profound and masterfully told the emotional scenes are handled. Kachowski was obviously the villain since the very…

  • Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

    Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones


    “The interesting thing about Star Wars—and I didn’t ever really push this very far, because it’s not really that important—but there’s a lot going on there that most people haven’t come to grips with yet. But when they do, they will find it’s a much more intricately made clock than most people would imagine.”
    —George Lucas

    Attack of the Clones is the perfected and refined style (and vision) of Lucas. I wouldn’t define Attack of the Clones as a science…