Favorite films

  • The Girl Can't Help It
  • Zvenygora
  • Picnic on the Grass
  • Mighty Aphrodite

Recent activity

  • King of Comedy


  • Petulia


  • Ishtar

  • Love Affair


Recent reviews

  • Town & Country

    Town & Country


    For all the strides Hollywood has made in regards to inclusivity and diversity, movies made by those suffering from mild brain damage remain critically undervalued. Warren Beatty is truly insane in the membrane, I love him.

    I love how one of the negative reviews on Wikipedia calls this a "movie that can't seem to decide whether it wants to be Freddy Got Fingered or Hannah and Her Sisters" as if that doesn't sound like the best thing of all time.

  • Reds



    Everything a Hollywood blockbuster should be: a lovingly produced, luxuriously crafted, intellectually challenging work of historical preservation. The depiction of the end of World War I is especially important as in my experience within the education system the role socialism played in forcing German surrender is largely overlooked.

    I can’t help but feel like Christopher Nolan was pretty heavy influenced by Beatty’s work here. Like Oppenheimer, Reds spends its first hour or so exploring the ideological roots of the protagonist’s…

Popular reviews

  • Pitch Perfect 3

    Pitch Perfect 3


  • Hamilton



    What happens when you combine the obnoxious visual approach to music of Baz Luhrmamn, the historical revisionism of Tarantino, the rapping ability of Will Smith and the problematic whitewashing of a ninth grade history textbook with the intolerable narcissism of Lin Manuel Miranda? Hamilton!, A frighteningly popular piece of music theatre that asks young people to look up to slave owners who set up the apparatus of systemic racism that still cripples the lives and socioeconomic development of millions of people…