• Fight Club

    Fight Club


    Brad Pitt

  • The Peanut Butter Falcon

    The Peanut Butter Falcon


    Not a perfect film by any means, but amongst its few flaws are a plethora of extremely intimate and heartwarming moments which connect with me in an extremely cozy way. Even though the film is not entirely made to make you cry or show such emotion, I teared up  multiple times throughout the watch in scenes that reflected the raw and primal aspects which connect Luke and Tyler, as plutonic soulmates. It is a beautiful display of life and friendship. My comfort film.

  • Pacific Rim

    Pacific Rim


    Heavily underrated and feels like a graphic novel/anime in live action.

  • Amélie



    Oh lord, that was nice

  • Where the Wild Things Are

    Where the Wild Things Are


    Overhated as fuck. I watched this film when I was about 11 and I revisited it a few days ago, and holy shit. I never realised how much of an impact this film had on my personality and perception on how to live. This film is fantastic. Although some scenes can be dragged out or feel to short in some cases. The film overall is superb and is very very underrated.

  • Se7en




  • Her



    Perfect. This film moves me to an extent that only a few pieces of writing have, the cinematography magnificently captures the social isolation in which Theodore faces. The aesthetic and remote feel of this films environment is one of great admiration and sadness. The performances that are given by the entire cast add to a stunning array social interactions that Theodore has to overcome and travel through as a person. Amy Adams was a stand out performance, her presence on…

  • Don't F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer

    Don't F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer


    This is a very well constructed document of a very dark and morbid case. The suspenseful moments are genuinely terrifying and the score and sound effects in those tense scenes make me uncomfortable and make my hairs on the back of my neck stand up. The sick and twisted ideology of Luka Magnotta is truly told very well told and portrayed. A very good watch.

  • Eternals



    It’s ok

  • Chernobyl



    Forgot to log this. This show is one of the most intense and brilliant watches I have had the pleasure to be exposed to. The performances that are given in this are incredible. The cinematography and score are jaw dropping. A must watch for anyone who wants to get into the non fiction television scene.

  • Hawkeye



    Pretty good tbh. Better than I though it would be.

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!


    Sadly this film did not live up to my expectations. Garfield as in most roles delivers a stunning performance. The side cast delivers, but the pacing was really off and the tone in some cases was a distracting and forced feel. The songs were all good except a few. A good film but I came out feeling quite dissatisfied.