Favorite films

  • The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
  • L'Eclisse
  • Dogville
  • Autumn Sonata

Recent activity

  • Taste of Cherry


  • The Ten Commandments


  • Trainwreck: Woodstock '99


  • Dances with Wolves


Recent reviews

  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World


    I was blown away. I thought this was so epic and I loved it so much. THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD is a drama, comedy, and romance about a lady, Julie, going through life, and the film details her relationships, her professional and personal life. This film conjured up so many feelings and emotions for me, and was highly relatable. So many people came to mind for me when watching this, including myself. It brought to mind past friendships…

  • X



    X is my second film from horror filmmaker Ti West, and I'm just not sold on his work yet. I liked it, but the more I think about this film the less I start to like it and and the more I start to dread revisiting it. I'm sitting X at 3.5/5 for now, because that seems nice, but I think revisits could push this down for me. There just wasn't much "there" there, and not that there has to…

Popular reviews

  • Pig



    A stunning ode to simple pleasures and enjoying the moments with those around you. The character work in Pig is so rich, and there is such humanity in each. I found everyone so identifiable. And the cinematography is just so luscious. It really captures Portland and the PNW so well, inside and outside of the city. There is so much subtext here in this short runtime, it's truly a marvel of storytelling and filmmaking,

    This is a food movie and…

  • Spencer



    It's stunning. It left me breathless. It's so tragic, yet hopeful. Tethered, but free. SPENCER is a gorgeous piece of filmmaking about a women born into the wrong life. Kristen Stewart was phenomenal as Princess Diana, and Timothy Spall and Sally Hawkins were so incredible as well. I would not mind this film sweeping any acting awards. There is such an enigmatic energy to this film that leaves so much unpacking to do. So much is understated, but it's a…