• Saltburn


    We rarely, if at all, get to peek at the pysche of the characters here and the stark mystique of it all ends up feeling like a result of Emerald Fennell herself not knowing what makes them tick either.

    Looks good though, doesn’t it?

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem

    watched on the plane

    and I didn't doze off, which means I enjoyed it.

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

    Killers of the Flower Moon

    Turns out my bladder respects Scorsese more than it does me.

    Fantastic stuff. I absolutely loved it and I can only see myself liking it more as time goes on.

  • Perfect Days

    Perfect Days

    this is how I would be living if I didn’t have a smartphone

  • Evil Does Not Exist

    Evil Does Not Exist


  • Poor Things

    Poor Things

    I am so happy to not be on Twitter anymore, because I can imagine the discourse for this film being a nightmare…good thing I’m on Letterboxd though 🥴

  • The Zone of Interest

    The Zone of Interest


  • The Holdovers

    The Holdovers

    alexander pain

  • Maestro


    Get ready for my most cryptic and ambitious letterboxd review yet:

    I imagine that if film was a competitive art form, this is the type of film we would get.

  • All of Us Strangers

    All of Us Strangers

    So sad that it ends up feeling cheap and cruel. I haven’t made fun of incredibly melancholic turkish soap operas my entire life, only to turn the blind eye when a queer independent hollywood feature does it. 

    Twirling my mustache, trying to figure out what to make of an otherwise beautifully shot and acted film. Not sure a rewatch will make me drop my gripes with the script, but who knows, there is a lot of good in here difficult to dismiss. Not crazy about it, but wish I was.

  • Bottoms


    As someone who enjoyed Shiva Baby considerably less than seemingly everyone else, I was hoping to get into the Emma Seligman hype train with Bottoms, but just after 15 minutes into it, I realized that it likely wasn’t  going to happen. I am in the minority here (once again), but I found the film amateurishly executed, awkwardly directed and quite confused on what it was trying to be and worst of all, painfully unfunny (except for that cheerleader gag). I’m…

  • Up



    my favorite animation movie of all time