• The Gray Man

    The Gray Man


    Slightly better than the typical Netflix algorithm action movie, primarily because of the cast, but it's not enough to make anything more than a good sit. I give the Russo brothers one more lackluster movie before they go back to Marvel.

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion

    Possibly the best out of this bland and unnecessary trilogy, it's hard to say though, they're just so bad. There were at least a couple of solid action sequences and Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill and Laura Dern phoning it in is still better than the rest of the characters created for this series.

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi

    Obi-Wan Kenobi


    A very mixed bag but I like Ewan McGregor in this role a lot so I'll give it a pass. At least it's not as bad as Book of Boba Fett.

  • Fantastic Four

    Fantastic Four

    Better than I remembered, but still very bad.

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    Don't worry, it's full on Sam Raimi and a ton of fun. As much as I enjoy Marvel films, the difference is very noticable when you get a craftsman like Raimi on board.

  • Dr. Strange

    Dr. Strange


    Much better than you would expect it to be with some surprisingly cool visuals at a couple of points and a foxy Jessica Walter being the highlights.

  • Morbius


    I knew this would be bad, but I really can't express just how bad it is. If you told me this movie was actually made in the 90s after Blade did well and then sat on the shelf since then, I would absolutely believe it.

  • X



    This movie is a total blast and easily my favorite Ti West Film since House of the Devil. See it in a theater!

  • Livid



    Really happy to finally get to see this movie. It doesn't totally work but it has great atmosphere, is genuinely creepy and gave me serious Fulci vibes.

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    It's like Matt Reeves made a checklist of all of the things I've wanted to see in a Batman movie. It probably wouldn't hurt it to shave a little off that runtime but besides that and one moment towards the end that the movie really didn't need, it's pretty damn great. It takes some of the best elements from the previous films and blends them together in a style that feels equal parts film noir and Fincher but still manages to feel fresh and unique despite all of that.

  • House of Gucci

    House of Gucci

    A bloated movie full of cartoonish performances and prosthetics that never really develops a compelling narrative. It looks great but it was a bit of a struggle to get through, only the occasional moments of high camp (mostly from Jared Leto as a strange hybrid of Mario and Gallagher) make it somewhat entertaining.

  • The Ambulance

    The Ambulance


    Victor Newman from The Young and the Restless kidnaps diabetics to test on them and is thwarted by an epically mulleted Eric Roberts who portrays a horny Marvel Comics artist who is only interested because he's got the hots for a girl he sees get kidnapped. Larry Cohen always manages to add some quirks to his films that keep them from being run of the mill genre pieces and this film is no exception, it's tonally all over the place but it's always entertaining.