Jason has written 17 reviews for films rated ★★★ .

  • Nomadland



    This movie definitely made me feel things. It’s slow and boring at times but it’s supposed to be slow. It shows the good in people in a society most do not know. I thought it was good but I’m surprised with how much love it’s getting

  • I Care a Lot

    I Care a Lot


    The overall story is an interesting one. There are some parts in the middle that made me feel like this wasn’t going to be as good but it was still good. Rosamund Pike creates another character similar to hers in Gone Girl.

    This was categorized as an LGBTQ and Comedy movie. That seems so wrong if you watch this go into it as a drama but not a hard drama

  • Possessor



    It has the same confusing feel of vivarium but it was more entertaining

  • Footloose



    I liked the respect the men had for each other. There were some goofy parts like the dancing to cool off steam scene

  • Zombieland



    This movie was like a video game. Watching Jesse Eisenberg train zombies was the best thing I never knew I wanted

  • Soul



    Had a couple good laughs but the best one is the post credit scene asking why I’m still here and that I should go home. They must have forgot to change this since they released this straight to Disney+ and not theaters

  • Man of Steel

    Man of Steel


    Solid action. Likable characters. Superman’s home town looked beautiful. This is a good start for the dceu and it gives story that the rest of the universe builds off of.

  • Dunkirk



    I had to rewatch this after a fell asleep on the first viewing. It is interesting how the timeline is framed in Dunkirk. I think it is the best part of this movie because the action, although can be suspenseful, is mostly only interesting because all the timelines are being shown the action at the same time. I think it’s a good story to be told to inform everyone about how a retreat isn’t defeat but a strategy to hold onto victory.

  • Good Time

    Good Time


    Safire brothers are good at making exhausting films. You respect it at the end but going through it you just want it to end and be resolved. It’s good that Nickie who has a good heart made it out okay and Connie who wouldn’t stop stealing ended in jail.

  • The Wolf of Wall Street

    The Wolf of Wall Street


    I got screwed because this action packed, nonstop craziness of a movie got cut every 15 minutes for a commercial. This took me 4 hours to watch. 

    It was still crazy entertaining. Scorsese milked this story to 3 hours because it was cinematic enough to do so. 3 whole hours of nonstop insanity. I mean it never slows down.

  • Kill Bill: Vol. 2

    Kill Bill: Vol. 2


    The Ellie and I chapter was really good and the reveal of the daughter was a great change in the story for the bride.

  • Kill Bill: Vol. 1

    Kill Bill: Vol. 1


    I think you have to want to watch a Tarantino movie to enjoy a Tarantino movie. I knew what I was getting into watching this but his directing still surprises me. I mean a whole chapter in this was just anime. I thought I was on some weird directors cut haha. 

    I’m a fan of the super cut action scenes and the big fight seemed a little ridiculous to me. I do like the story and how we’re not being told it in a continuous way. It’s getting me excited to watch the assassination scene at the wedding.