• Judge Dredd

    Judge Dredd

    I like the song, "I Am the Law" by Anthrax, better than this movie.

  • Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

    Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

    Literally, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace is so bad that it is even worse than the following dumb lyrics from the song, "Rx (Medicate)" by Theory of a Deadman:
    "Superman is a hero.
    But only when his mind is clear, though.
    He needs that fix like the rest of us
    So he's got no fear when he saves that bus."

    Superman doesn't need to get high. He's Superman.

  • Atomic Blonde

    Atomic Blonde


    The story is sloppy and does not grasp my attention. However, the song selections are good, from New Order and Public Enemy to David Bowie and Siouxsie and the Banshees. I felt like that I was in high school again when I heard these selections.

  • Miami Connection

    Miami Connection


    The 1980s are not as "80s" as this movie.

  • Memoria



    Memoria is absolutely compelling and not what I expected. I think a possible thesis of this film is to pay closer attention to what’s around us and store the right memories for yourself so that it’s easier to connect with others. I loved the scenes where Tilda Swinton’s Jessica Holland and Hernán, who is a fish scaler living deep in the jungles of Colombia, talk about their memories, dreams, and the power that a rock can have due to everything…

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future


    It's great to watch David Cronenberg revisit the body horror subgenre. The concepts about surgery in the near future definitely reminded me that I am watching a Cronenberg film. He and Viggo Mortensen always work well together. I will most likely rewatch this film. However, there were some mysteries left unsolved, which made the film feel a little unfinished. More closure would have made it better.

  • Tombstone



    It's a love letter to the Western genre, from Robert Mitchum's narration and Charlton Heston's brief appearance to the confident, quick gunslinging and camaraderie of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday.

  • Plato's Run

    Plato's Run

    Friends don’t let friends edit films poorly. Most of the camera angles were painful to watch.

  • When Harry Met Sally...

    When Harry Met Sally...


    I love the power of a well-written script. When Harry Met Sally... is a prime example of how you can tell a compelling story about anything as long as the dialogue keeps you engaged with everything.

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    Although I thought Edgar Wright tried too hard telling this story, I still applaud the effort. I enjoyed the last shot of Anya Taylor-Joy's Sandie blowing a kiss at you and then winking at you.

  • The Silver Chalice

    The Silver Chalice

    Paul Newman did not enjoy acting in this movie.

  • No Country for Old Men

    No Country for Old Men


    I am so glad that I revisited this movie. It is one of those movies that I saw in theaters with low expectations, and it blew me away. In fact, I recently forgot how perfect No Country for Old Men is. It is a faithful adaptation of the Cormac McCarthy novel, and it is my favorite Coen Brothers movie. The best thing about No Country for Old Men is that it is a Western without being a Western, and it…