I'm the dollar store version of Roger Ebert, and I'm on the hunt for my Gene Siskel.

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  • The Hudsucker Proxy
  • Interstellar
  • Tenet

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Recent reviews

  • The Hudsucker Proxy

    The Hudsucker Proxy


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

    As of this viewing of The Hudsucker Proxy, it has firmly placed itself as my number one film of all time, dethroning Interstellar which held it's place ever since 2014.

    I first watched The Hudsucker Proxy back in 2019, and I fell in love with it upon the first viewing. Very soon it became my second favorite time of all time. But I can no longer deny it first place. It is simply too good.

    As with many movies, I…

  • Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

    Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris


    I did not expect this movie. In a week long spate of going to the theater to see as many of the lesser known movies as I could, this movie was a backup decision for me, and it honestly came down to show times.

    Mr. Harris Goes to Paris had me in tears the entire time. Some from laughter, most because I'm emotional and easy to get to cry in a movie. But Mrs. Harris is worth those tears. She's…

Popular reviews

  • Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars

    Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars


    The Waters of Mars is possibly the best episode of Doctor Who that there has ever been.

    That's a pretty bold claim to make, but it's one I certainly believe. The Waters of Mars is Doctor Who at its peak. Every character is interesting and has some purpose to the story, whether it's to serve the plot or to serve characterization. An unshakeable tension can be felt throughout the entire episode, almost from the beginning and right to the end.…

  • Emily the Criminal

    Emily the Criminal


    Emily the Criminal took me by surprise. I had decided to go to the mall by myself and wasn't ready to call it a night yet, so I thought I'd see a movie that I normally wouldn't have actively sought out. Everything else kinda looked like garbage, but this one just seemed different from everything else playing. I didn't even recognize Aubrey Plaza on the poster, and with a title like "Emily the Criminal," I honestly thought it might be…