Favorite films

  • The Abyss
  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
  • The Empire Strikes Back
  • Almost Famous

Recent activity

  • Kindergarten Cop


  • We Need to Talk About Cosby


  • Twelve Monkeys


  • A Man Called Otto


Recent reviews

  • A Man Called Otto

    A Man Called Otto


    It's interesting that this is being marketed primarily as a comedy. While it has humour scattered throughout, this has a considerably dark edge and tells quite a downbeat story for most of its runtime.

    But I found myself getting quite involved in it all. Tom Hanks is both oddly miscast and absolutely brilliant in the lead role. While a different actor in the part may have given the film a grittier, wearier vibe, Hanks absolutely owns this. It's difficult to…

  • Double Fine PsychOdyssey

    Double Fine PsychOdyssey


    Without meaning to sound too hyperbolic here, 2Player Productions have crafted an absolute masterpiece.

    Picking up where their previous documentary Double Fine Adventure left off (which covered the making of Broken Age), PsychOdyssey follows the development of Psychonauts 2. By the time the game was complete, the documentary team had been embedded in the studio for about a decade.

    There really is nothing else quite like this, and if you have any interest in the creation of video games then…

Popular reviews

  • Back in Time

    Back in Time


    How do you make a documentary about Back To The Future boring? I don't know, but this manages it. Way, way too much focus on fans with no really interesting stories about the making of the films themselves.

  • High Score

    High Score


    An easy watch and pretty entertaining, but it felt very basic for me. It's like it was made for people who have never played video games. It focused on all the obvious culprits and had a pixelated bleep-bloop aesthetic that bears no relation to what games have become. Fair enough, this is focusing on the '80s to early '90s, but there's something almost insulting about doing that. And having the focus be on only America and Japan felt like a…