Favorite films

  • F for Fake
  • The Red Shoes
  • Blow Out
  • Miami Vice

Recent activity

  • Licorice Pizza


  • One Fine Day


  • The Grapes of Wrath


  • GoldenEye


Pinned reviews

  • Tenet



    The king of "cerebral blockbusters" is back with his latest time-twisting, mind-bending, bladder-bursting epic of world saving spy shenanigans and the results are.. mixed. While there is plenty to like about Tenet, with its exquisite tailoring and "how did they do that" fight choreography, it's a film that too often feels like Nolan has not so much gone back to his time-altering well but fell head first into it.

    A lot of reviews have said you just need to sit…

  • White Fire

    White Fire


    You're cold as ice
    Well I don't believe a word, but you were willing to sacrifice
    I know you're in the sniper sights. And god only knows hes right
    When there's no one out there to fight
    In the White Fire (WHITE FIYAH)
    Down in dancing sand out there
    Such a love affair
    I said White Fire (WHITE FIYAH)
    Rolling like a thunderball
    Crashing through the wall."

    The Arrow Video blu-ray release finally gave me the opportunity to land…

Recent reviews

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    I always find PTAs films have this thick atmosphere around them that falls over you and clings like smoke long after the credits roll, they're films that linger in my mind for months after, even the ones I'm mixed on and from the very first grainy frame I could feel this enveloping me like a soft warm coat.

    The first moment Haim and Hoffman share the screen and open their mouths to share some fun back and forth banter, I…

  • One Fine Day

    One Fine Day


    Charming and lovely, absolutely insane amounts of hijinks and miscommunications and high-stakes ticking clock plot packed into basically one day, but effortlessly perfect at what it is. Clooney and Pfeiffer are so electric together.

Popular reviews

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    For all the ridiculous uproar last year of Tarantino supposedly portraying the Manson family murders, I cannot imagine any film treating Sharon Tate with greater care, or doing more to remove her from that night and celebrate her as a warm, soulful person than he does in Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood. Instead of her life being framed solely as a tragic victim at the hands of a murderous cult, here Margo Robbie's Tate is the heart of everything…

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame