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Favorite films

  • Fargo
  • Mulholland Drive
  • The King of Comedy
  • Ikiru

Recent activity

  • Miller's Girl

  • The Zone of Interest


  • The Iron Claw


  • Madame Web


Recent reviews

  • The Zone of Interest

    The Zone of Interest


    The Horrors of Mankind

    The Zone of Interest is an exploration of evil in its truest form, where genocide becomes nothing more than noises in the background.

    Director Jonathan Glazer masterfully interweaves nature & industry in a twisted display of man's continued strive for domination.

  • Madame Web

    Madame Web


    A Web Of Weaponized Incompetence

    Madame Web is a mess on every conceivable level, but is anyone surprised?

    The existence of Madame Web represents a larger problem in Hollywood where billions of dollars are spent yearly producing products where scripts are written on the set & directors are nothing more than submissive hired hands.

    Films are a visual medium, however, in these gargantuan projects, studios force underpaid visual artists to do the heavy lifting. Artists are worked to the bone trying…

Popular reviews

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin


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

    A Break Up With A Twist.

    I'm a massive fan of Martin McDonagh. As a part of my school work in the mid-2000s, we had to read his story The Lonesome West.
    I'm not the most attentive, I mean, I can't concentrate in the slightest but I was glued to the story.

    Then I saw In Bruges, which I consider one of my favourite films ever & from there I knew I'd watch everything Martin would make.

    What I love, as…

  • Saltburn



    Shallow & Outdated

    Director Emerald Fennell has managed to craft a narrative filled with unintentional homophobic undertones.
    Throughout Saltburn sexual acts are framed as nothing more than shock value, acts that would have gone unnoticed had the narrative been that of a heterosexual couple.
    The online marketing & reception to Saltburn’s "notable" moments continue to fuel this harmful outlook.

    The funny thing about all of this? Saltburn plays it too safe, never having the courage to actually showcase anything other than surface…