Favorite films

  • The Wild Bunch
  • Narc
  • Last Night at the Alamo
  • Warlock

Recent activity

  • Rio Bravo


  • Lonely Are the Brave


  • The Professionals


  • Menace II Society


Recent reviews

  • The Professionals

    The Professionals


    Finally getting around to watching Richard Brook's 1966 classic The Professionals, it's one that I have been wanting to check out for years now.

    I really loved this film, it wastes zero time in setting up characters, setting, and set up. I've seen this get compared to The Wild Bunch quite a number of times and while the settings are about the same that's really where it ends. While The Professionals definitely has some interesting themes of life and purpose…

  • Jubal



    "Most cowhands would die before they'd herd sheep."

    "Show me one."

    Delmer Daves's 1956 Jubal is an outstanding western that boasts a strong cast all giving compelling performances. From Glenn Ford's quiet cowhand (He's great in this but his role in 3:10 to Yuma is his best) to Rod Steiger and Ernest Borgnine. I was also surprised to see Charles Bronson and a fairly young Jack Elam. Each bring something memorable to their roles and manage to stand out.


Popular reviews

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    Paul Thomas Anderson's finest achievement as a filmmaker; subtle, nuanced, brilliant. Anderson directs with such restraint and thoughtfully crafted scenes. The characters are easily his most complex. The relationship between Reynolds and Alma is one of some of the most interesting dynamics I've seen put to film. I cannot for the life of me wrap my brain around how impeccable this film is; if this is truly Daniel Day-Lewis's final screen performance then I have to say he ended it on a high note. This is filmmaking as it should be.

  • Aparajito



    A meditative portrait of humanity that shows us at our very core. With Aparajito, Satyajit Ray explores deeper into our nature and it is nothing short of mesmerizing. I feel so much for these characters and I feel like I am actually witnessing a real family and their struggles and triumphs. Satyajit Ray is such a distinct director; he explores themes of humanity and family bonds like no other.

    Aparajito had me tears by the end and that us very…