• John Wick: Chapter 4

    John Wick: Chapter 4


    Whole lotta "last movie star" conversations happening without any mention of Keanu Reeves...

  • Before Sunrise

    Before Sunrise


    No other movie changes on every watch as much this one. The things that I associate with Jesse and Celine's evening are washed clean the second I those train tracks, and it starts again – every tic feels different, the conversations flow different as I refract my love life through theirs.

    My favorite shots are the final establishing shot (destablishing shots? Lol) where we see the different places Jesse and Celine poured out their souls. They look different in the…

  • Thief



    "So let's cut the mini-moves and the bullshit, and get on with this big romance."

    Had to ring in my 30s with a banger.

  • Foragers



    went to MoMA PS1 with work today and i caught this. everyone else left 30 minutes before i did to go get drinks but i was completely enamored. equal parts poignant and pretty.

  • The Godfather

    The Godfather


    Dong Corleone

  • Paths of Glory

    Paths of Glory


    kubrick blocks the living shit out of every shot in this. beautiful.

  • Audition



    "that's life, isn't it?" not really but that's ok

  • Belly



    incredible lol no notes. i wanna double feature this with inherent vice. hazed out, a bit disorienting, ultimately very entertaining. the print was gorgeous.

  • La Haine

    La Haine


    the shots in the mall are some of my all time favorites. stunning, sad, contemplative.

  • Spring Breakers

    Spring Breakers


    don't know to know anything about where Mr. Korine learned what he needed to learn to write this screenplay bc there's no way in hell anybody could have written this unless he spent tons of time on a college campus around 2010/2011.

    remarkable. so incredibly good. i get why somebody wouldn't like this. but he captures the zeitgeist so thoroughly, i can't help but be thrilled. it takes me back into this very specific world that only existed for a…

  • 65



    awful lol

  • Creed III

    Creed III


    was deeply impressed with Michael B Jordan's direction on this - a few bold choice + a world class performance from Jonathan Majors made for an enjoyable time at the movies.

    my only big complaint is that the near-constant references to Creed's old age grew extremely tiresome. come on man. he doesn't look a day older than 30. it just doesn't work. it was funny the first time, but then they went back to it over and over and over again until it started to take me out of the story.

    what are we doing to make sure Stephen A Smith gets an Oscar nod?