Cyrus Cohen

Cyrus Cohen


a movie a day keeps depression at bay.

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Non-binary film critic & festival programmer (they/them)

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  • The Assistant

    The Assistant


    Simple, graceful, honest. Everyone interested in going into the film industry should see this. Couldn’t stop thinking of when I interviewed at a talent agency that shall not be named and, as I waited to meet with their HR rep, I saw all of the assistants staring at the floor. Not a single person under the age of 25 made eye contact with anyone in the office. They might’ve all been entranced by the carpeting, but my guess is that…

  • Blue



    Has any other film made you cry while hearing the sentence "I am a mannish muff-diving size queen" ? I didn't think so.

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  • Shirkers



    It's obviously hard to see outside one's own subjectivity and the relationships that one already has, the knowledge they already know. However, I am incredibly struck upon second viewing to notice new gems I had never seen before, new perspectives and ideas that germinated from Sandi Tan's careful construction of this film. Sophie Harvey is the reason why I am involved in film as a career, why I believe that I can somehow support myself within this world. This documentary…

  • The Babysitter: Killer Queen

    The Babysitter: Killer Queen


    Glad we're all in agreement that Jenna Ortega is a movie star.

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  • Midnight Kiss

    Midnight Kiss


    As a fucking psychopath bottom who doesn’t know what the fuck they want, I approve this message.

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    Another lazy, oversimplified, and unnecessarily long & violent film from Harvey Weinstein’s best friend. Tarantino casting a sexual assailant in this just got totally brushed under the rug and anyone who paid to see this is telling the industry that’s totally fine!

    It's not even just that it's politically yikes, but Once Upon a Hollywood wastes oh so much extraordinary talent on this poorly paced, predictable, self-aggrandizing story. Thank God for white men in film and flamethrowers. If only they were around, Sharon Tate would still be alive.