• Ad Astra

    Ad Astra


    Probably the best movie ever made

  • Pierrot le Fou

    Pierrot le Fou

    There’s so much subtext and deep thematic commentary that I just can’t understand. Like a safe I can’t crack, Perriot Le Fou’s message eludes me but I still have a deep respect for it. No doubt experimental in everything down to the sound design. Away from it, I grow fonder of it with every second. Though honestly a struggle for me while actively engaging with it during a viewing. Truly a mystery to me.

  • Hellaware


    Kind of torn on this one. On one hand I admire a smaller film having the guts to tackle such a large subject like the meaninglessness of modern art and an artist trying to capture a subject far beyond his reach. It’s bold to make nearly every character unlikeable to show the narcissism that is “high art”. On the other hand, I have to ask myself, did I enjoy it? I don’t think I’ll look back and recommend Hellaware to…

  • Moon Knight

    Moon Knight

    A solid short film considering it had no budget. Everything was really clean up until they actually revealed moon knight.

  • Princess Cyd

    Princess Cyd

    Don’t you hate when you forget to make likable characters? About 50% of the dialogue is from a porno and the other 50% was written by a philosophical 14 year old. At one point an interviewer unironically asks, "Where do you get your ideas from?" But idk. I liked the ending. The reading party scene was very joyful. It was okay. Jeff had exquisite vibes. I wish the movie was about him.

  • Christmas, Again

    Christmas, Again

    I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of character driven, slow-paced indie films. It’s so soothing just to watch people live out their complicated lives. I wish I could’ve seen this one before Christmas, but maybe I’ll give it a rewatch in December.

  • True Grit

    True Grit

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

    A great modern Western! A straightforward revenge story, but having the protagonist be so young really made for some unique and high tense moments. It left a bitter taste in my mouth when they cut to the future for absolutely no reason. Should’ve cut to black after he brought her to the cabin.

  • Ad Vitam

    Ad Vitam

    Such a great futuristic noir mini series that I found really enjoyable. It’s slower paced, but I liked just sitting back and sinking into this beautifully rich world. Highly recommend!

  • The Interview

    The Interview

    Way better than I anticipated! I don’t watch a lot of comedies but almost all of the jokes here landed for me. I miss James 😔

    “He’s not a god, he has a butthole!”

  • Frozen


    When I was a kid walking through blockbuster with my parents I would always like to visit the horror section to see all the gruesome covers. Of the few I had the courage to pick up, Frozen was one of them. I read the synopsis and thought to myself “this sounds terrifying, I can’t wait to watch this when I’m all grown up.” Was it worth the hype? Of course! Watching stupid people do stupid things with random obstacles like wolves or weirdly sharp wire is such mind numbing fun!

  • Hawkeye


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

    I only watched a portion of the last episode because I heard Wilson Fisk was in it. The daredevil cameo in No Way Home gave me a spark of hope that one of the most well written shows ever made could be honored in the MCU. Hawkeye stomped out this spark and then peed on it. They killed one of the most memorable villains of all time off screen. Jonathan Igla or Kevin Feige didn’t do their homework.

  • Sweat



    Sweat handles feelings of loneliness and depression with such tenderness and care that it’s impossible not to empathize with Sylwia by the time the credits roll. Grounded handheld camerawork with one of the best performances I’ve ever seen really blurred the lines between reality and fiction for me.