Favorite films

  • The Master
  • Paddington 2
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Still Walking

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  • Tootsie


  • Heat


  • The Whale


  • Moonfall


Pinned reviews

  • Aftersun



    A quietly devastating collision of memory and reality. A melancholy reflection on the known, the unknown, the assumed and the forgotten. An eerie sense of foreboding and tension, yet brimming with warmth and love.

    A powerful, beautiful film.

    The Best of 2022

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin


    A jet-black comedy about a dangerously serious case of crisis identity and questioning one's own legacy, Martin McDonagh's latest delicately treads that very fine line between enjoyment and bleakness. Returning to the duo that put his name on the map, Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson (In Bruges, McDonagh sets his existential conundrum in a very specific time and place - 1920's Ireland - albeit on the fictional island off the coast of Ireland, Inisherin.

    McDonagh's direction is perhaps a little…

Recent reviews

  • Con Air

    Con Air


    The joy is not in seeing bad guys do unrealistically bad things, it's in seeing decent men do unrealistically decent things.

  • Babylon



    Going for broke at every turn, Babylon is an overblown, albeit enjoyable mess. The grandeur and ruthlessness of Hollywood is alternatively celebrated and critiqued, with both approaches lacking any punch. A wild opening half is filled with ideas and a semblance of cohesion, before Chazelle seemingly loses all control over what he's trying to say, and it descends into what feels like several different films blended together, none of them very good.

    That sounds harsh, but I did generally have…

Popular reviews

  • Rocky



    I love listening to Rocky's endless ramblings. I love that there is no focus on the result of the fight. And I love everything in between.

  • Titanic



    I won't listen to anyone who tells me this isn't a masterpiece.