Favorite films

  • Candyman
  • The Equalizer
  • The Docks of New York
  • The Princess and the Warrior

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  • The Talented Mr. Ripley


  • Trancers II: The Return of Jack Deth


  • Trancers


  • The Devil's Own


Pinned reviews

  • The Last Supper

    The Last Supper


    Leave it to me to watch and review a super obscure movie I ended up loving very much.

    The Last Supper is about a group of five liberal post-graduate students who host a dinner party every week. They like to have someone bring a guest every time so that they can discuss with them their views on the world and outside perspective. Before one of these dinner parties, one of the friends has car trouble and is helped by a…

Recent reviews

  • The Talented Mr. Ripley

    The Talented Mr. Ripley


    I don't have the energy for a full review but I still wanted to write down some thoughts I had while watching The Talented Mr. Ripley.

    So Matt Damon really was Miramax-boy, wasn't he? I tend to associate them more with Tarantino but it feels like Damon was the one who was really in all these movies in the late 90s. Damon is really solid as an actor but a lot of these roles are pretty similar to one another,…

  • Kate


    Please keep this weeaboo shit out of my live action. dnf

Popular reviews

  • The Life of David Gale

    The Life of David Gale


    Ok listen, I'm personally strongly opposed to the death penalty but The Life of David Gale is just stupid and flat out ridiculous. It's a movie that thinks it poignantly opposes the death penalty but in reality is an absurd, dishonest mess that probably does more damage than good to the cause it champions. The story is framed by Kate Winslet's character, reporter Bitsey interviewing Kevin Spacey's David Gale about his crimes on death row. Gale is a former anti-death…

  • Paris When It Sizzles

    Paris When It Sizzles


    Next time I watch a classic Hollywood movie where they fade out before sex I'm going to imagine they're actually playing parcheesi like William Holden said.