Favorite films

  • American History X
  • Drive
  • The Place Beyond the Pines
  • The Empire Strikes Back

Recent activity

  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2


  • The Amazing Spider-Man


  • The Power of the Dog

  • Spider-Man 3


Recent reviews

  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    The Amazing Spider-Man 2


    This movie actually could have been really good, and maybe even better than its predecessor. The issues are obvious, where “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” suffers from on overhaul of characters and subplots that never express a clear focus on where it wants to go.

    Take Harry Osborne out of this movie, and literally nothing changes to the story. It’s “Spider-Man 3” all over again, where having two villains ultimately weighs the heart of the narrative down, which in the case,…

  • The Amazing Spider-Man

    The Amazing Spider-Man


    If any superhero carries more controversy and debate, it’s Spider-Man. Fans have grown to love and hate the the many iterations of the Webb-slinger over the years, and Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man” only ensued more argument and discussion amongst the Spidey faithful.

    What is there that hasn’t already been said about Andrew Garflied’s role as Spider-Man. He’s the too cool for school Peter Parker that cries every other scene. But he’s also a really good skateboarder which is kind…

Popular reviews

  • Wonder Woman

    Wonder Woman


    DC has not had a pleasant past 3 years. The box office results hasn't been as lucrative as expected and critical reviews have most certainly not been the most favorable. So I went into "Wonder Woman" with a lot of skepticism just hoping for something to brighten this universe and the future of DCEU films. I can happily say "Wonder Woman" does just that and more!

    "Wonder Woman" is a great superhero movie. What opens with fantastic shots of the…

  • Rosemary's Baby

    Rosemary's Baby


    The eerie sensation of satanic infants bewilders the demonic worshipers running a mok in New York City. Roman Polanksi flirts with such spiritual entities throughout the entire narrative, which makes the haunting finale even more unsettling.

    Say what you want about the man now, but Roman Polanksi is a pure storyteller. Adapted from the novel of the same name, "Rosemary’s Baby" represents everything good about cinema. Instant classic? Yes. One of my new favorites? I think so.

    From the opening…