Harry Tuttle

SEEKING: wild [cohesive] visions, quiet [earned] moments, true characters, real consequences, maximalist trash, and minimalist beauty

Favorite films

  • Wings of Desire
  • Gremlins 2: The New Batch
  • Brazil
  • All That Jazz

Recent activity

  • Navalny


  • Fried Barry

  • John Wick: Chapter 4


  • Escape from New York


Pinned reviews

  • Escape from L.A.

    Escape from L.A.


    It’s quiet, nobody’s around: “Once you figure out this place, it’s really not so bad.” She says, right before getting shot in the back, dying instantly.
    In Thom Anderson’s essential ‘Los Angeles Plays Itself’, he likens the shortening of “Los Angeles” to “LA” as slightly derisive, a product of a city-wide inferiority complex. Well, in this, yet another prequel to the apocalypse, that very city has turned so far in on itself, it’s festering corpse has been repurposed into a…

  • Excalibur



    Hey, hey, I have an idea!

    Let’s spend 30 times the budget on a film with the aesthetics of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, strip the jokes out, amp up the “whoa” factor to 11, make it span three generations, and let it preach love and compassion.

    “It doesn’t have time to explain things, because a lot has to happen on the way to where you’re going, and it takes no prisoners but one’s heart” is a note I…

Recent reviews

  • Navalny



    Cried at the end whilst marveling at the beauty and bravery of resistance.

    Essential anti-fascist cinema.

  • Fried Barry

    Fried Barry

    Watched while cleaning my room. Great score. Fun visuals, sometimes. I’m a bit curious what the whole thing would’ve been like in a proper watch but I’m not sure I have that in me. Barry goes lots of places in this, and experiences lots of things. Glad I watched it the way I did, overall.

Popular reviews

  • The Devil All the Time

    The Devil All the Time


    I never figured you could jam so many ugly, violent, and disgusting acts into such a star-studded movie, but hey... this movie does exist now. I gotta ask one thing though, and that’s “how is this movie so fucking boring?” Like, wow... what a mess.

  • Nomadland



    Essential and special, it takes good care in seeing that the “houseless” everyday is portrayed with unabashed clarity and honesty. Through pain, and hope, we are joined together in this journey people call life... I have a bunch of very minor issues with this, but it’s heart is in the right place, and it has power, so to really go into it would be petty and risk diminishing what we do have, which, all said, is a small wonder of…