• Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    This is the best representation of the existential dread I deal with every day that’s ever been put to screen. Also, the most persuasive argument for taking everything less seriously. Go hug your parents, tell your friends you love them, and buy a karaoke machine if you want to - because nothing matters, yet still there’s nowhere I’d rather be than here with you.

  • I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage Looked

    I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage Looked


    One of the most heartbreaking, human, and above all earnest explorations of grief and guilt I’ve ever seen, and possibly ever put to screen.

    It’s hard to describe without spoiling. What the film does is it pleads with it’s very soul, and in the pleading the silence and simplicity become unbearable.

    Please watch this short film.

  • Frozen Days

    Frozen Days


    Danny Lerner shows a masterful understanding of film noir as a genre, and with a low budget does black and white cinematography and lighting so well that it makes some uses of black and white look shameful.

    A fantastic exploration of identity and trauma during the second Intifada in Israel and it’s effect on the region - it does not condemn, debate, or give in to US centric views - it focuses on an internal struggle of life in these times.

  • Movie With Car

    Movie With Car


    A wonderful and silly animation that has great comedic timing and writing. The animation is just low effort enough to be hilarious.