Favorite films

  • Dog Day Afternoon
  • Brazil
  • Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
  • Punch-Drunk Love

Recent activity

  • Scary Movie 4

  • The Royal Tenenbaums


  • Rushmore


  • Can't Buy Me Love


Recent reviews

  • He Got Game

    He Got Game


    β€œYou’re black, I’m white, this is green.”

    β€œWhen making a business decision the only color that matters, Jesus, is green.”

    First of all, Denzel is just the man for these films. You can feel the amount of creative freedom Lee gives him, and he kills it every time in every scene he’s in. The score is BEAUTIFUL! The lighting is majestic too.

    He Got Game depicts a father-son relationship fighting against the greed in the world, while grappling with their…

  • Broken Lullaby

    Broken Lullaby


    My whole life was devoted to music.
    I wanted to bring beauty to this world.
    And I brought murder.
    There's no music left.
    Nothing in my ears
    but the sound of a dying man.

    Sad to know that World War II is imminent, and the tragic drama will repeat itself once again. The camera movements and editing in this film are, yes indeed, inspired by war-films before his time, but Lubitsch still operates light years ahead of his time by…

Popular reviews

  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day

    Terminator 2: Judgment Day


    What happened was; I walked into this class and this teacher said: "You know if anyone is in here to write Terminator 2, just walk out. Get out of the door." And I thought: "Well, that's not a good way to start; what if I do want to write Terminator 2? What if someone next to me wants to write Terminator 2?" So he was just like instantly saying; "we write serious films in here". You know? Terminator 2 is a pretty awesome movie. -pta

  • Nosferatu the Vampyre

    Nosferatu the Vampyre


    "Time is an abyss... profound as a thousand night. Centuries come and go. To be unable to grow old is terrible. Death is not the worst... Can you imagine enduring centuries, experiencing each day the same futilities..."

    Nosferatu the Vampyre is a fascinating example of how a classic horror story can be reimagined through a romantic lens. Herzog perfectly translates the expressionism of the Black Death into a haunting and more melancholic version that immerses the viewer with some meticulously…