Anchor Rancor

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Favorite films

  • The Iron Giant
  • Hot Fuzz
  • Short Term 12
  • Brick

Recent activity

  • The Assistant


  • Touki Bouki


  • Drive-Away Dolls


  • Gregory's Girl


Recent reviews

  • The Assistant

    The Assistant


    I love it when a director knows how to naturally, subtly induce tension and unease, and Kitty Green absolutely has the vision. Right away, with no indication of anything to outright warrant it, you immediately feel the discomfort Julia Garner's character is mired in. Everything is so mundane but also so loaded with the air of mistreatment from every side, it almost creates a positive feedback loop that makes things feel even worse. This simplicity makes some of the biggest…

  • Touki Bouki

    Touki Bouki


    I'm more than willing to allow for the fact that my wavelength and the movie's wavelength just couldn't align this night, because this relies so heavily on feel considering its French New Wave influence. Even despite the fact that it couldn't really grab me, there's definitely something undeniable to it because it still felt so quick and has all these interesting detours. Very beautiful movie, especially for a restoration project, the colors are so deep and varied, and that's a…

Popular reviews

  • The Babysitter: Killer Queen

    The Babysitter: Killer Queen


    In no particular order, here are the things this movie did a disservice to:
    Samara Weaving
    The first Babysitter movie I saw 2 hours ago
    Dead Kennedys
    Hocus Pocus by Focus
    Baby Driver
    Any media that references movies

    You like Terminator?

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    This had 5 star potential, I was in love with the first half. The suspense, the discomfort, the mood, the dialogue, I was unbelievably hooked. Then it's like the movie tripped walking down a hill and just started tumbling faster and faster. The mood started to break, the fascinating became the nonsensical, the pretention reared its head, and then poof: nothing. It totally and completely lost me. I can't overstate my disappointment. At least the filmmaking itself was good I guess.

    Jessie Buckley is astounding though, please put her in more movies