• John Wick: Chapter 4

    John Wick: Chapter 4


    Chapter 4 still finds fresh and exciting ways to keep upping the action, with unique camera work, new weapons, and an abundance of slick martial arts. John Wick has never disappointed, and Chapter 4 continues the streak.

  • Operation Dumbo Drop

    Operation Dumbo Drop


    I used to watch this a lot as a kid a enjoyed it. Rewatching it now and... It's pretty intense for a movie aimed at younger viewers. People complaining about things like the opening of Up making their kids cry, when Disney's Operation Dumbo Drop is literally over here showing innocent villagers being gunned down during the Vietnam War, and a kid talking about how he was tortured for the sake of the soldiers. So, yeah... I still enjoyed it, but it was not the movie I remembered.

  • Do Revenge

    Do Revenge


    For the first half of the movie, it didn't really grab me, and I wasn't a fan of most of the characters, including the protagonists. However, certain twists late in the movie really invigorated things, leading to what ultimately was a really enjoyable film.

  • Camouflage



    It's made to look like a ridiculous Leslie Nielsen comedy, but it's really not. It's a detective comedy that's pretty straight forward and rather awful. It was also written by Billy Bob Thornton, which I thought was odd.

  • Butt Boy

    Butt Boy


    For a normal viewer, they may think Butt Boy is stupid, but for an insane person like me, I fucking loved it. It's one of the most brilliantly absurd things I've ever seen. It's a hard boiled detective on the hunt for a serial killer type of story that thrives on how serious it handles it's ridiculous plot, making me laugh constantly. It features things I've never seen in a movie, nor thought I ever would, and it's hilarious.

  • Missing



    Searching was my favorite film of 2018. It was tense, full of twists, and generally surprising all around. It's also a film that didn't need a sequel, which made me skeptical going in despite the good reviews. However, that skepticism quickly vanished as I found myself engrossed by another twist-filled mystery that never let me get comfortable with one theory too long before something unfathomable would change the landscape of my perception. It felt brilliantly crafted, peeling back the layers in shocking ways and ultimately living up to the first film with something that is just as good.

  • Something in the Dirt

    Something in the Dirt


    Benson and Moorhead never spell it out, but always deliver thought provoking material that continues to keep genre filmmaking unique.

  • History of the World, Part II

    History of the World, Part II


    It was very hit or miss, with some sketches making me laugh out loud while others could barely hold my attention. And while they assembled a fantastic cast of people for the series, much of the talent felt wasted. It also didn't feel like a Mel Brooks project. I know he was involved, but it never felt like the Brooks I grew up watching. So yeah, you'll laugh, likely having a decent time overall, but it felt lackluster to me.

  • Skinamarink



    Boring and more infuriating to watch than scary.

  • Knock at the Cabin

    Knock at the Cabin


    A contained and effective film that is well acted with Shyamalan at the top of his game when it comes to camera work and shot composition.

  • M3GAN



    Some interesting moments, but I don't get the hype. It was entertaining but also felt slow while never blowing me away with anything.

  • Cocaine Bear

    Cocaine Bear


    It delivers on both cocaine and a bear with some absurd humor and gore along the way. I was pleased.