• Bullet Train

    Bullet Train


    The cast was by far my favorite part and  The action and comedy were both on point pretty consistently.

    There were a few moments where I was ready to drop a higher rating but then weighed down by other sub par moments.

    My biggest flaw with the film is, I feel it bites off a little more than it can chew. Points, where I just wanted to enjoy what was on but was distracted by slightly messy pacing and so…

  • American Splendor

    American Splendor


    *goes and buys every American splendor book*

    nah but seriously, jack attack knows me too well with these recommendations. Other than “The Hours” he has done me no wrong. Sorry it took me so long to watch this and I’ll try not to lag so hard next time. 

    Damn good movie, man. Paul Giamati, is a genius actor and never fails to interest me with his ability to become a character. Going back and forth from him to the real…

  • Nope


    Not able to rate this right now. Truly the first movie I’ve seen where I don’t know if I can rate it. Strong mixed feelings with this one.

  • I Wanna Hold Your Hand

    I Wanna Hold Your Hand


    Wow oh wowee I knew I’d l enjoy this but I fucking loved it. Hilarious, energetic and the best representation of the different types of Beatles goers back then and Beatles mania in general. 

    Also a pre usage of the line “get your damn hands off her” before Back To The Future

  • Captain Ron

    Captain Ron


    Can you say mother, daughter action??

  • Troy



    Fantastic movie but why does it have the same ending credits music as the Polar Express ?

  • Elvis



    I cried my eyes my out for a man who’s been dead for 45 years. Long live the kang

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    Elizebeth Olsen can turn me to dust anytime. I’m totally chill with that.

  • The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent


    Cage is back baby! Don’t let my rating fool you. I highly enjoyed this film. The meta writing, the explosive chemistry between the two, the immense tribute to my boi, I loved a lot about it. My only issue…
    The pacing wasn’t great, felt dull in parts, which took me out of it here and there but thankfully every time that was about to happen, I got back into it.

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick


    Fine wine ages like Tom Cruise

  • Extreme Prejudice

    Extreme Prejudice


    Fun, shoot ‘em up, Walter Hill flick. Ending was a bit rushed and some plot points were a little confusing at times but the cast is really what fuels this film with high energy.

  • The Man from Snowy River

    The Man from Snowy River


    I’d be lying if I gave this any higher of a rating. Took me 3 different sessions to get through it. All the stars for Kirk Douglas and some good cinematography. Other then that, pretty boring.