• John Wick

    John Wick


    Probably my least favorite watch of this movie, but I can appreciate it for laying down the groundwork for what is shaping up to be one of the best franchises in modern cinema. Interesting to watch it in it’s infancy, before it found its signature style.

  • Scream VI

    Scream VI


    This movie poses the question, “what if things really ARE different now”. As it progressed, became very apparent that this movie was not going to deliver on that and just felt like one big wasted opportunity to do something actually clever and subversive for the franchise. Instead, it tries to trick the audience into making them think that things aren’t going to play out the same as they have in the past with a few interesting yet predictable twists. Any…

  • Hulk



    Undoubtedly a product of its time. In retrospect, it is clear why other films, especially superhero ones, haven’t tried to replicate its style or editing choices. At its worst, it’s a cheesy, melodramatic mess that stumbles across the finish line. But at its best, it is a charming and visually stylistic story that handles the themes and nuances of the character exceptionally well. Considering how stagnant the genre has become lately, it was strangely refreshing to revisit this seemingly forgotten gem. Say what you will about the execution of it all, but you have to at least give it credit for taking risks.

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

    Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania


    strong contender for best picture at kids choice awards 2023

  • Nope



    chris goddamn kattan

  • Scream



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

    the killers being radicalized redditors is the most ridiculous yet funny twist anyone could have ever thought of

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    flawed but fun

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


    Had a shakey but solid first half that completely unraveled in the second, once it was apparent how crucial its flaws really were. They had such a good jumping off point from The Last Jedi but chose to write off that film for no good reason. Not sure if i’ll hate it or like it more on a rewatch but I think ultimately i’ll be disappointed at just how close they were to having a satisfying conclusion to the saga.

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi


    No matter what I think of Rise of Skywalker tonight, I’ll always have this to look back on. A film that challenged its source material and gave us a compelling continuation of the Skywalker Saga. This as well as Empire Strikes Back will always hold a special place in my heart.

  • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

    Home Alone 2: Lost in New York


    Kevin McCallister is a sociopath who gets off on watching his own personal gimps (Harry and Marv) cling to life on a thread. His sadist tendencies are insatiable, nothing ever satisfies his taste for torture and humiliation. He won’t stop until he is forced to, and even then he would gladly do it all again just to see them beg for mercy one more time. To add insult to injury he even stays around to watch helpless victims be apprehended…

  • Suspiria



    Blind bought this for my birthday today, safe to say I made the right choice.

  • Green Book

    Green Book


    Easily one of the most underwhelming Best Picture wins of the decade. While Ali and Mortensen give solid performances, the film does a mediocre job at capitalizing on anything other than their charm and chemistry on screen.