Marinara Garmonbozia

Marinara Garmonbozia Pro

Favorite films

  • Mulholland Drive
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  • American Movie
  • The Thing

Recent activity

  • Godzilla Minus One

  • The Rat Catcher

  • The Swan

  • P2

Recent reviews

  • Doctor Sleep

    Doctor Sleep

    I finally watched this for the second time since seeing it in the theater under the influence of a weed edible. I didn’t know there was a director’s cut until after, I just saw it was leaving Max soon and decided to put it on while I worked. This beast is already over 2 hours long, I don’t know if I need an extra half hour.

    While there are some very self indulgent and downright eye roll inducing moments in…

  • Only Lovers Left Alive

    Only Lovers Left Alive


    “I just feel like all the sand is at the bottom of the hourglass or something.”

    My final Hooptober X movie! Since I chose to use my free movies after meeting all the criteria to focus on vampires, it’s very fitting that I would end on this one.

    Jim Jarmusch really owes a lot to his casting person (just looked it up: Ellen Lewis). His movies are just dripping with star power. This one is no different, but Tilda Swinton…

Popular reviews

  • Violent Night

    Violent Night


    This was especially disappointing because there’s the foundation of something so fun here. I think their intended audience was people just like me (over-30-year-old fans of Home Alone), and yet they couldn’t quite suss the tone out. It felt like parts of the movie were for small children while others were extraordinarily inappropriate for them. I also felt nothing for any of the characters besides the little girl and the jolly man himself. The tropes were old. The dialog felt…

  • M3GAN



    Nothing new, but God… so much fun. I didn’t realize this was going to be set in Seattle (like Malignant!), but that was an exciting surprise. They also used a Charlotte Gainsbourg track I did one of my very first burlesque acts to. I feel like this movie was made just for me!

    I think I need to watch my way through all of Akela Cooper’s scripts now.