• Monster



    With a story as twisty and turny as this, the biggest surprise to me was seeing Ryuichi Sakamoto’s name come up as Composer. Rest in Peace, Maestro.

  • Hoosiers



    I don’t know if this is a hot take or not but this has some of the worst shot Basketball I’ve seen in a movie.

  • Love Actually

    Love Actually


    A truly deranged film. You gotta like it just for that.

  • Maestro



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    All worth it for Bradley Cooper leaning towards a baby and telling them, “Guess what? I slept with both of your parents!”

  • Oppenheimer




    “Did you think if you let them tar and feather you, the World would forgive you for what you’ve done? It won’t.”

  • Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

    Scott Pilgrim Takes Off


    The 2010s are back. 

    Like most people, completely but pleasantly surprised at the direction this show took. We’re really in a golden age of animation because this is really fantastic craftsmanship.

  • Silent Night

    Silent Night


    John Woo is the truth.

  • The Sacrifice

    The Sacrifice


    “In the Beginning, there was The Word. Why is that, Papa?”

  • Dekalog



    Dekalog Season has arrived. 

    A truly astonishing feat of filmmaking. Unlike anything before or since. One of the greatest treasures of cinema.

  • Decalogue V

    Decalogue V


    A truly disturbing episode. Kieślowski’s genius is the withholding of information where in real time he makes the two dimensional into three. I’m impressed at how much impact and depth this has with its short runtime. There’s more fascinating characters that show up in one episode than in 99% of TV or even movies for that matter. Really at a loss for words, completely genius.

  • The Long Day Closes

    The Long Day Closes


    The death of Terence Davies last month was one of the greatest blows to cinema. I was only familiar with his most recent work from the massively underrated “Sunset Song” to the incredible swan song of “Benediction”. I had always meant to watch his earlier films but lost track. Watching “The Long Day Closes” in a cinema was the greatest respect I could give to the master filmmaker Terence Davies was. 

    I was surprised at how different his early work…

  • Decalogue II

    Decalogue II


    “Do you know what it is like? To have a child?”
    “Yes… I do.”