• Madame Web

    Madame Web


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Emma Roberts being Peter Parker’s Mom was not on my 2024 bingo card.

  • Saltburn


    Didn’t wanna review before, but the more I think, the more I go on Tik-fuckin-Tok, the more I realize that Emerald and Sam Levinson should collab.

  • Trance



    No, like, dude, I swear, this is a banger that will be appreciated for its visuals and storytelling when I’m long gone.
    One of Boyle’s most nuts.

  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko


    This is so fire. The perfect movie to get young dudes into film. Still holds up. I loved it when I was 15 and I love it now…
    But, the only movie I’ve ever seen where the directors cut is substantially worse.
    Shout out to the original editor.

  • Blue Beetle

    Blue Beetle


    No way.
    This really worked for me. I went in with the lowest of expectations, but this rocks.
    Doesn’t reinvent the wheel but loves its characters so deeply.

  • Oppenheimer



    Somehow I feel like this is Nolan’s most personal movie? A story about an often ego driven once in a lifetime mind whose work changes the world, for better or worse.
    Someone who knows how he wants to change the landscape that surrounds him, but not what in that landscape matters to him. If he has a political statement, as a creator, it’s only after his critics have already come knocking.

    Might be reaching, but a lot this really feels…

  • Batman Forever

    Batman Forever


    What a tragedy that Joel believed fans hated him for misunderstanding the character, when in reality, I think he understood Bruce Wayne and Gotham in such a personal, tragic way. 

    People talk about the homo-erotic nature of the Joel’s Batman, but never beyond the aesthetics. 

    Repressed men trying to fit into an insane society that rejects trauma, forced to hide during the day. 
    Free to be who they are once the sun sets and the neon lights start shining.

  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

    Black Panther: Wakanda Forever


    75% of this is actually shot like a movie. 
    Seriously tho, I was shocked by how mature, creative and real this was.

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    So cool that the entire thing builds to the simple but profound idea of petting the rat, not saving the cat.

  • Spider-Man



    Pop Culture Opera. A beautiful melodrama full of iconic imagery and sincerity. 
    The true trendsetter, the ultimate origin. 
    Beautiful shit dude.

  • DC League of Super-Pets

    DC League of Super-Pets


    Kinda my favorite Superman movie in a long time, and probably the best Justice League flick?

  • Thor: Love and Thunder

    Thor: Love and Thunder


    I miss “boring” Thor.