Kyle Bumpers

Kyle Bumpers Patron

Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget stan account

Favorite films

  • The Worst Person in the World
  • Black Swan
  • Titane
  • Midsommar

Recent activity

  • Golda


  • Step Brothers


  • Hunt for the Wilderpeople


  • Dune: Part Two


Pinned reviews

  • Morbius



    This is a completely true story I am about to tell. I went to the 10 o’clock showing of this, and the theater was packed. You could hear the rumbling of the crown before the film even started. When the beginning credits started rolling, it was already hearing applause. As the film progressed, there were audible cheers, gasps and other expressions of awe. The crowd couldn’t grasp the fact that we were watching MORBIUS in theaters. As the film ended, everyone…

  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World


    So I’ve given this a few hours since I watched it to review this movie. Immediately after watching, it was hard for me to put my thoughts about The Worst Person in the World into words. This amazing film connected with me on an emotional level more than any movie I’ve ever seen. I just felt so invested in the movie that it didn’t even feel like I was watching a movie. I was just watching life through a box. I…

Recent reviews

  • Golda



    I genuinely didn’t pay attention to this for a second.

    🔙 Step Brothers

  • Step Brothers

    Step Brothers


    I haven’t enjoyed a studio comedy this much in a LOOOOOONGGGG time.

    🔙 Dune: Part Two

Popular reviews

  • The Blind Side

    The Blind Side


    On one hand, the portrayal of racial issues is pretty horrible. Leigh Anne could not be more of a White Savior, and for some reason, the story is shown from her perspective when it’s about Michael Oher. On the other hand, it’s a fun sports movie. I’m conflicted.

    🔙 Don’t Look Up

  • Resurrection



    Resurrection lies somewhere between Men and Titane. Take that as you will.

    For how compelling I found the first 30-45 minutes to be, the rest of the film was rather disappointing. The explanation of the main conflict was odd, and the ending was just weird. And I wasn’t sure what it was going for or what it wanted me to walk away with. Rebecca Hall was good, the Jim Williams score was rock solid and the cinematography was pretty sleek. But…