• The Royal Tenenbaums

    The Royal Tenenbaums


    Wes Andersons films are all so consistently fun and enticing to watch. Wonder if on a re watch I will prefer this to The Grand Budapest Hotel. Doubt it though because that film is just incredible, but this isn't far off.

  • La La Land

    La La Land


    Love the music, locations, cinematography, colours used, directing choices, acting, writing, the list goes on. Damien Chazelle is a god, seriously can't wait until Babylon and hopefully I can see that in a cinema!

  • The Basketball Diaries

    The Basketball Diaries


    Incredible performance by Di Caprio and the fellow cast members. Always thought he was just a good looking guy who got a break into film because of his looks, but the more I see him I appreciate how good his acting abilities really are. Also, Marky Mark was one menace to society in the 90s hahahha

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2


    Now that I’m a bit older I can appreciate that this is (imo) the best Harry Potter film. Have so many fond memories of this during my childhood!

  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince


    Such a stark difference in the ability of Daniel Radcliffe’s acting in this compared to the five before it. Honestly makes the viewing experience so much more enjoyable

  • Don Jon

    Don Jon


    This won't be the best or most important film you ever see but it is overlooked by so many people. Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut has a unique look at expectations in relationships that feels authentic which can't be said for so many romance films society idolises.

    Barbara is considered by society as a dime who is the idealistic representation of a woman you should marry as she is a beautiful, strong and pleasant person on the outside. Underneath that surface…

  • Ratatouille



    Pixar's finest movie (When I re watch the Incredibles that will become my favourite and the two just switch all the time).

  • Moonrise Kingdom

    Moonrise Kingdom


    Wes Anderson really knows how to make a crowd pleased. Have only seen Grand Budapest and Fantastic Mr Fox and although this is my least favourite out of the three, it still is heart warming and such a worthwhile watch.

  • The Fighter

    The Fighter


    Christian Bale deservedly won an oscar in 2011 for this. He'll always be known for the Nolan Batman trilogy but he is so much more than that, a truly exceptional actor. Also, Wahlberg delivers a fantastic performance, he is an underappreciated actor as many people tend to overlook him for:
    A) His recent choice of bad roles (E.g. Daddy's Home)
    B) His actions as a young man (There is nothing I am doing to defend him here, people are right…

  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl


    Hats off to Fincher for being able to keep the suspense for such a long run time which is incredibly hard for any film, but especially a mystery thriller as it so easy for the audience to get uninterested and at not one point in this I felt bored, I was apprehensive the whole time! I also like how Fincher is able to use popular cultural figures (By this I mean social media models, musicians ect.) such as Emily Ratajkowski…

  • Little Women

    Little Women


    Greta Gerwig is a talented director and already has two excellent films under her belt, but I’d like to see her explore a different genre or style instead of sticking to making another coming of age film. Am I the only one who feels this way?

  • Eraserhead



    Criterion Challenge- Film 4/52

    David Lynch is an odd but intriguing filmmaker. While I wasn’t emotionally invested in this I can’t deny it leaves a lot of interesting interpretations into Lynch’s insecurities. I think I will watch this again in the future, in quite a few years to see if it the difference in age makes this any better.