• Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko


    Literally peak film.
    Peak media.
    I have no words.
    Can’t believe I hadn’t seen this.
    One of the best endings I’ve seen in a while.
    One of the best films I’ve seen in a while.
    Maybe my favorite Jake Gyllenhaal performance so far?
    Just a depressing film.
    Apocalyptic vibes were crazy.
    Just beautiful.
    Can’t believe I hadn’t seen it.
    The feel of this movie is unlike anything I’ve ever seen.
    Just peak.

  • Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids

    Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids


    Can officially call this my favorite concert film.
    Just so good.
    So much joy in one film.
    Actually probably tied with Stop Making Sense.
    But c’mon it’s just so good.
    Peak film.

  • Beau Is Afraid

    Beau Is Afraid


    “What is this? What does it mean?”

    I’ve had this on my watchlist all year and I finally caved and bought it.
    I’m very mixed on this film.
    On one hand the tension is expertly crafted and the visuals are absolutely stunning.
    The play sequence is one of the best sequences this entire year.
    And the surrealism is just amazing to watch unfold on screen.
    Joaquin Phoenix gives a great performance.
    But I could never really get fully invested in…

  • Talk to Me

    Talk to Me


    Deeply unsettled after this viewing experience.
    I went in totally blind to this and I’m glad I did.
    First five minutes hooked me and my friend instantly.
    My friend literally whispered to me “Geez that’s more intense then I thought it would be.” right as the moment that hooked us in occurred.
    The ending was pretty spectacular. 
    Ends in about the most A24 way imaginable. 
    It totally subverted my expectations of where the plot would go in general.
    Some amazing…

  • Samurai Cop

    Samurai Cop

    No words. 
    Don’t even know what to say.
    What is this movie?
    And why did I double feature it with Fateful Findings?
    Truly an insane experience.

  • Fateful Findings

    Fateful Findings

    “I have so much work to do I’ll never get done. I’m going to continue hacking into these government systems to see what I can find out about all this national and international corruption that I know is going on.”

    What is this and why?
    I just have no words.
    Best acting in any movie ever?
    Neil Breen is truly one of the filmmakers.

  • Nimona



    Great stuff.
    Amazing animation. 
    A story that you wouldn’t expect.
    Just an amazing fun animated film.
    I went into this not knowing much and I’m glad I did.
    Chloe Grace-Moretz and Riz Ahmed just bounce off each other so well.
    Their chemistry makes this film what it is.
    Every little interaction is just oozing with charisma.
    I would highly recommend this film.
    I don’t really have a lot to say besides it’s really good.

  • They Cloned Tyrone

    They Cloned Tyrone


    Really fun sci-fi flick.
    The first 30 or so minutes I thought the film was ok but once the film gets into the meat of the plot it’s great.
    The plots just a fun and insane little sci-fi plot.
    The real highlight here is the actor though.
    Jamie Foxx is amazing as always.
    He was my personal favorite character through the film.
    John Boyega is amazing as well.
    Teyonah Parris is also great here.
    Her performance as well just hooks you into the film.
    Kiefer Sutherland is great for his villain role.
    It’s just a good film.
    Would definitely recommend it.

  • Oppenheimer



    Need some time to think on this before I fully give my opinion on this.
    But goddamn.
    What an ending.
    What a film.

  • Barbie



    Ultra campy.
    Ultra fun.
    Just peak movie.
    Movie of the year.
    Now onto Oppenheimer.

    Update: Not movie of the year. But very very very good. Highly recommend.

  • The Raid

    The Raid


    Up to five stars on rewatch.
    Just pure unabashed brutal action from beginning to end.
    This film wastes no time hopping directly into the action and after a short character introduction throws you into the action.
    The action is speedy gory and just so fun to watch.
    The Mad Dog fight is one of the best fight scenes of the entire 2010s decade. 
    Iko Uwais shows himself to be an action superstar here.
    Most scenes barely have any dialogue Uwais’…

  • The Greasy Strangler

    The Greasy Strangler

    We are on a trip with some friends and ended watching this in our hotel room.
    Still have no idea how to rate this.

    “I’m not the Greasy Strangler.”
    “But you are a bullshit artist.”