• Madeline's Madeline

    Madeline's Madeline


    Madeline's Madeline is directed by Josephine Decker and tells the story of Madeline as she joins this experimental acting troop and her relationships with the group and also the relationships with her single mother. I've heard about this film from David Ehrlich and when I looked up the trailer I got major Suspiria vibes and going in I had no expectations going in a WOOOOOOOW!

    This film is off the walls insane, from the cinematography to the acting to the…

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You


    Fourth time watching this movie and this and Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria and Call Me By Your Name are one of the movies where it gets better after each viewing

  • Kung Fury

    Kung Fury

    Watched this again today for the first time in a while and felt like its soul made is to rip off cheesy 80s movies, just felt very bland and unfunny to me. There are some visuals that are cool but the acting is pretty awful

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    Mulholland Drive is directed by David Lynch, this is when he was still in his trippy phase of filmmaking and personally love it when he does experimental stuff, and stars Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, and Justin Theroux and is about.... welp I'll try to explain Laura Harring's character Rita gets into a car crash and sneaks off to Naomi Watt's Betty's house and finding out her real identity is a mystery in itself, also Justin Theroux's character is a film…

  • The NeverEnding Story

    The NeverEnding Story


    The Neverending Story is one of those rare 80's films that captures the hearts of children everywhere to believe in themselves.... and also traumatize you at the same time. This film is delightful and exciting to watch but also does suffer from not aging well, the effects and acting do look dated but other than that, its production design, child acting and strong message make this a great family viewing for all ages... if they like to watch a horse get drowned in tar. Poor Artax😓


  • Shame



    Shame is directed by Steve McQueen (director of the outstanding Widows and I still need to watch 12 Years a Slave) and stars Michael Fassbender as Brendan a wealthy man who is hiding a secret... he is a addict of sorts. He doesn't like being in relationship with a women but likes the pleasure of it. And once Brendan's sister comes to visit and finds out this secret, Brenden starts to spiral out of control.

    McQueen is always known to…

  • Beasts of No Nation

    Beasts of No Nation


    Your telling me Idris Elba didn't win a Oscar for this

  • Synecdoche, New York

    Synecdoche, New York


    Synecdoche, New York is directed and written by Charlie Kaufman (the genius behind Being John Malkovich, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Anomalisa and Adaptation) and in this directorial debut you meet Caden (Phillip Seymour Hoffman) a man who is severely depressed and is a playwright until he wants to do a personal piece on himself and it becomes this extravaganza, taking years and years to make. This is a film that is told in a very spastic way meaning…

  • Mean Creek

    Mean Creek


    Seeing Josh Peck cursing when he was in his Drake and Josh days is some of the funniest things i've ever seen

    Solid acting, clever writing and a intriguing mystery make this a worthy watch


  • The Cat in the Hat

    The Cat in the Hat



  • The Kid Who Would Be King

    The Kid Who Would Be King


    The Kid Who Would Be King is the second film from director Joe Cornish after his spectacular debut with "Attack the Block" and stars Andy Serkis' son as Alex a 12 year old kid whose father left him and his mother and gave him a book on King Arthur, until one day when being chased by bullies he stumps upon the sword Excalibur and pulls the sword of the stone, and it's up to Alex and his friend to stop…

  • Mean Girls

    Mean Girls


    Thst was so fetch!