Favorite films

  • Before Sunrise
  • Deep Cover
  • Mikey and Nicky
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  • Jaws


  • Tenet

  • Knives Out


  • Uncut Gems


Pinned reviews

  • Do the Right Thing

    Do the Right Thing


    Endlessly complicated, entertaining, and dimensional. One of the smartest and most important American films ever made.

    It stands among all the bullshit race reconciliation films to come out alongside it, from Driving Miss Daisy all the way up to Green Book, which paint a pretty picture of a world where racism is only the result of a few bad people who can be ostracized to make the world a perfect utopia. Life doesn’t work this way. Do the Right Thing understands that. It…

  • Spencer


    Spencer is a ghost story. A portrait of a woman trapped in a house which is haunted by tradition. The past folding in on the present, and boxing out the future entirely.

    Kristen Stewart is a complete powerhouse, the resemblance to Diana is uncanny and beyond that the acting stands above many of the strongest performances of the year. Likewise, the film is constructed by Pablo Larraín and the rest of the cast & crew in a manner which is nothing short…

Recent reviews

  • Jaws



    The GOAT shark movie.

  • Tenet


    Considering Nolan’s spectacle driven blockbusters to be nothing more or less than vehicles to move characters between large action setpieces, Tenet is an incredible exercise in what he’s setting out to do.

    The hallway fight, 747 collision, the highway chase, and the entire climactic battle are all amazing and massive in scale.

    Not much to the characters, but all of the performances are good.

Popular reviews

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    “Remember, what makes you different is what makes you Spider-Man.” 

    It is crazy to me that we’re in a year where Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War came out and this Sony animated film is the best superhero movie I’ve seen in 2018. It’s difficult to collect my rambling thoughts about how much I loved this film so this review won’t be very analytical. 

    Everything about this movie was so fresh, beautiful, and fun. The story was suprisingly mature for…

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    “Anybody accidentally kills anybody in a fight, they go to jail. It’s called manslaughter.” 

    Tarantino has done it again. Every component from cinematography, lighting, soundtrack, direction, editing, writing, pacing, tone, and especially the acting is totally phenomenal. This was my first time seeing a Tarantino film in theaters and that was such a lovely experience. Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt should really just get a joint Oscar for this one, their chemistry is perfect and each of them is so…