Favorite films

  • GoodFellas
  • Catch Me If You Can
  • Thief
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel

Recent activity

  • Jew Süss

  • Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn't Exist

  • On the Count of Three


  • Sound of Metal


Recent reviews

  • Jew Süss

    Jew Süss

    First college movie. Had to watch this for my Holocaust and Memory seminar. I have no clue how to rate this. It’s a nazi hate film, in German, in black and white, from 1940. So obviously it wasn’t a fun watch, but at some points engaging. Can’t wait to talk in groups tomorrow about our thoughts! Haven’t seen a legit movie in a while, just don’t have any time with school and baseball. Like this if you miss Huntington.

  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest


    It’s extremely rewarding to be able to enjoy such an amazing novel like One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey and look forward to an equally amazing film. The themes, symbolism, and simple thought provoking dialogue that occurred in the book was exceptional but merely impossible to replicate on screen. To this I give the film immense credit and it allowed me to put my imagination to reality. Just like any other book, your imagination instantly puts pictures…

Popular reviews

  • Se7en



    As I was deciding on what to watch tonight, I narrowed it down to a couple of choices. I gave these choices to the boys and we ultimately decided Se7en, and damn I’m glad I got to watch it.  

    I honestly don’t know who I liked more in this film, Brad Pitt or Morgan Freeman. Obviously I was expecting them both to put out a great performance, but their dynamic was something I wasn’t sure about at first. But…

  • No Country for Old Men

    No Country for Old Men


    I was told to start writing reviews for the movies I watch so here we go.

    The fact that my first review is on such an incredible film is very pleasing. No Country For Old Men has so much underlying narratives in its amazing story that it allows for the viewer to delve deep into this West Texas setting. The themes shown and not shown through the writing, characters, and even just the way the Coen brothers use certain shots…