• Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)
  • Knives Out

    Knives Out


    Well it's a great mystery film.
    Could've been better but it's good for what it is.
    It really shows that Rian Johnson did his Best.

  • Parasite



    I won't lie, this movie is not really Oscar worthy, at least not Best picture material. I had Sam Mendes's 1917 in mind for that spot.
    With that being said i think this is not a bad movie but not great either, it's just fine.

  • They're Watching

    They're Watching


    As a guy that lives in Moldova I can assure you that this is a accurate representation of the Moldavian lifestyle.

  • Ponyo



    "I'd let a fish lick me if it'd get me out of this wheelchair."

    Studio Ghibli films have so far not disappointed me, always capturing my imagination, and warming my heart. This animated fairy tale influenced by the little mermaid story/mythology. this story follows a little boy named Sôsuke. Who finds a Goldfish by the shore, he names her Ponyo. But Ponyo is a princess who want to stay with Sôsuke and become human.

    Ponyo may be the strangest entry…

  • Muriel's Wedding

    Muriel's Wedding


    A great movie, so good that I was shocked to actually find even a few negative comments. Apparently there is a small segment of the population that watches movies, has no sense of humor, and are clueless about the concept of a theme.
    Toni Collette is so incredibly talented that it's beyond words. Her Abba obsession is hilarious! There is backbone to this story, a woman who is overweight and in love with love. I can't believe how true it…

  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
  • Dusk or The Eye's Eclipse in November

    Dusk or The Eye's Eclipse in November


    I'm guessing there's some deeper "meaning" to all of this metaphorical artsy abstracting here. Like it's some strange take on relationships and our vulnerabilities and the emotions and psychology involved with varying personalities. Call it a hunch.

  • Delicatessen



    Sweeney Todd in post-apocalyptic France.

  • Mechanic: Resurrection

    Mechanic: Resurrection


    This could've been the greatest porn movie ever.

  • Arachnophobia



    It's spiders, spiders, and more spiders.
    I like spiders.

  • TRON: Legacy

    TRON: Legacy


    Well, if anyone has ever seen the original Tron, you would know that there is quite a lot of inventiveness for that time period. That was back in 1980-1982 when they were making the first film. To put some perspective of how inventive TRON was for the time think back and remember that the first Macintosh computer was still just a project back at Apple, video games were mostly those sold on Atari cartridges.

    So the visuals at that time…