• Ratatouille



    My biggest sin against humanity was having this incredible piece of art rated at 3.5, this film is a true masterpiece!

  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7


    I've been excited to watch The Trial Of The Chicago 7 since when I first seen it pop up on my Netflix menu but I haven't really had the time to watch it so I had to put it off. Now after finally watch the film I only regret not watching it immediately and taking this long to finally give this film a chance.

    I think it goes without saying that this film definitely has a very interesting premise just…

  • If Anything Happens I Love You

    If Anything Happens I Love You


    Incredible short film. Absolutely heartbreaking in every sense of the word.

  • Palm Springs

    Palm Springs


    Check out my quick YouTube review for Palm Springs and subscribe!


  • The Devil All the Time

    The Devil All the Time


    Devil All The Time definitely could have been a decent film but it does a horrible job at expanding on it's ideology or even making the film in any way really exciting or even just interesting. The acting was great but the story just felt so thin and boring that there really is very little to keep you even remotely interested in this film.

  • Hubie Halloween

    Hubie Halloween


    I don't know exactly what I was expecting going into this film but I definitely wasn't expecting to actually enjoy it yet here we are. This movie isn't anything relatively special but it brings back that magical feeling that those classic adam sandler films have that always brings me genuine joy and humor. This film was crazy incoherent, senseless and outright ridiculous but I found myself laughing throughout the entire film and losing myself in the movie because of how…

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    This is the kinda film that completely mindfucks you but I loved everything about it and the more I think about it the more I love it.

  • Onward



    I've watched pretty much every Pixar film that Pixar has ever made and yet I don't think I've ever had so many conflicting opinions about one after watching one in the way I did about this movie. Onward was weird to me because despite it's the simplistic approach at the themes the film deals with it still managed to catch me off guard from time to time.

    Originally I was really excited to watch this film when the information was…

  • Tully



    This film not only captures the horrors and miracles that comes with raising children (motherhood specifically) but it does a great job venturing through the complications of marriage and just the hardships that come with life. Overall a great film with a fantastic cast and a beautiful story.

  • Regular Show: The Movie

    Regular Show: The Movie


    Regular Show is probably one of my favourite animated television series ever created and this film was so incredibly well made and did a great job at capturing the heart and satire of the series. Aside from that, I thought the story was interesting and I loved that the film was not just about Mordecai and Rigby's friendship but more about Rigby as a character, his depth and how he's grown over the years. I feel like this film holds a lot of emotional value that ties in with the series as well and at the end of the day was truly just a great film.

  • Bill & Ted Face the Music

    Bill & Ted Face the Music


    I liked it but I was really thrown off by the atmosphere and just the whole look of the film.

  • Project Power

    Project Power


    Cool idea I guess but pretty shit turnout. You'd think with the start-studded cast this would have been at least memorizing in some way but it was really just forgettable and pretty boring.