• The Nineties

    The Nineties


    Worth a watch especially if you think you’re a 90s kid. It also allows me to appreciate how far we’ve come in the 2010s especially in terms of peace within and outside of the country.

  • The Greatest Showman

    The Greatest Showman


    Amazing movie all around.

  • Love, Death & Robots: Sonnie's Edge

    Love, Death & Robots: Sonnie's Edge


    This is a unique animated show where each episode is independent and less than 20 minutes long. It’s easy to sink your teeth into and enjoy.

  • Christopher Robin

    Christopher Robin


    It is a really feel good movie and awesome to see my childhood characters come to life. It is as if we, the viewer, are Christopher Robin, revisiting our childhood memories as adults with much more to worry about. I loved the way the movie developed and even though it started slow it got better as it went along. 

    P.S. I’m Eeyor at heart.

  • The 2000s

    The 2000s


    This is a must see documentary series for all Americans especially young Americans. It is something that us 20 year olds have lived through but seeing it again as an adult with a historical context allows you to see it much more differently and much more clearly than you have experienced. I always love looking at the world through the eyes of history because we are living it. Your view of the world in a vacuum is very narrow and…

  • Abducted in Plain Sight

    Abducted in Plain Sight


    It’s crazy how much he got away with, there were so many ways to stop it. Based on this and Ted Bundy I realized that if you were a good looking, smooth talking white guy in the 70s you could get away with murder. Literally.

  • Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes

    Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes


    Super interesting. Crazy how much he got away with. So many young lives lost, families destroyed, future families never seen.

  • Her



    Really cool black mirror/ ex machina vibes. Really good movie, really great acting, emotional, touching, existential. I would definitely recommend.

  • Velvet Buzzsaw

    Velvet Buzzsaw


    The movie starts out decent then goes on a weird turn and doesn’t do a great job at anything. The best part of this movie is the acting by Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo. The killing point for me was Zawe Ashton who in my opinion is the worst actress I’ve ever seen. I hate everything about her unnatural and static acting and every scene with her made me want to turn off the movie. The movie is decent but it wouldn’t hurt you to skip it entirely.

  • Gaga: Five Foot Two

    Gaga: Five Foot Two


    This wasn’t the story of the rise of Lady Gaga or her backstory but more of insight into her life now. You get a sense of what it is like to be a pop star and a woman in the music industry. Some people like to think that it’s easy to be a performer and only see the money and glamor and forget about all of the stress, pain, and isolation that comes along with it. It had interesting and boring moments, not bad overall.

  • Avicii: True Stories

    Avicii: True Stories


    Documentaries like this are great because they give you an inside look into the individual, music genera, and music industry as a whole. I have gained an all new respect of and incite into Aviciis life and his accomplishments as a composer. I recommend that whether you like EDM or Avicii, or you hate both of them, you take time to watch this documentary just for the insight. I enjoyed every minute of it.

  • Watchmen



    Definitely recommend. Interesting and unique story and characters, great development of the plot and history. I’d definitely recommend watching it. Dr. Manhattan is one of the coolest hero’s of all time, I’m definitely planning on reading the comics after watching this.