Favorite films

  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  • Moneyball
  • About Time
  • In Bruges

Recent activity

  • Mission: Impossible III


  • Get Him to the Greek


  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


Pinned reviews

  • Aftersun



    This is a movie where you just want to say a resigned "damn" once it's finished. It works well as you're watching it, but it's one of those movies that will likely work even better upon a rewatch. Not because you ~figured it out~ like a Christopher Nolan movie, but because you know what the emotional crescendo is, which will make every preceding scene hit about 10 times harder.

    Paul Mescal and Francesca Corio are so so good in this,…

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin


    In Bruges is an all-timer for me, so with the stars and writer-director returning, this was my most anticipated movie of the year. It didn't disappoint.

    It goes to some dark, dark places, and will leave you with a hollow pit in your stomach, but that's kind of what I want from a McDonagh movie. Besides, the consistent, dry, Irish wit offsets the dread and darkness just enough to not leave you completely hopeless.

    Farrell and Gleeson are incredible as…

Recent reviews

  • Mission: Impossible III

    Mission: Impossible III


    Laurence Fishburne is the king of showing up in action franchises for 10 minutes and giving the best possible line readings to already great dialogue

  • Get Him to the Greek

    Get Him to the Greek


    Remember when Jonah Hill was in stuff like Superbad, the Jump Streets, Moneyball, and Wolf of Wall Street?

    Thankfully I do.

Popular reviews

  • John Wick: Chapter 4

    John Wick: Chapter 4


    The final three action set pieces and the conclusion all in a row immediately made this one of my favorite action movies of all time. I’ve always thought the Wick movies are good to very good, but they aren’t necessarily something I want to rewatch all the time. But this is different.

    It not only continues to build on this world — it’s the first one of these that really seems to have something on its mind besides revenge and…

  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car


    It’s a movie about art and stories and the effects they can have on us. It’s about how we relate to people. How we understand them. And how we don’t. It’s about grief and letting yourself and those around you be human. Its about the masks we wear and the lies we’ll tell thanks to the never ending stream of griefs. It’s about letting yourself suffer, cry, and say life is hard. But most of all, it’s about taking each and every one of these ideas and moving forward each and every day of your life.

    Absolutely beautiful.