Favorite films

  • Good Time
  • Blade Runner 2049
  • Mulholland Drive
  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

Recent activity

  • Ghost Dogs


  • Top Gun: Maverick


  • Jackass 4.5


  • Good Mourning


Recent reviews

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick


    Joseph Kosinski really made two brilliant legacy sequels that respect the originals, while being better than the formers. You absolute mad lad.

    Maverick is a fantastic, old-school thrill ride that manages to entertain with gorgeous, intense aerial sequences, humour and a sincere amount of heart. Cruise is superb, as is Kilmer and the rest of the cast. I love the practical stuntwork, god bless Cruise for risking his life for our entertainment as always, lol. Likely to be the best summer blockbuster of the year, my goodness!

    Yes, the film plays Highway to the Danger Zone. What an awesome 80's song!

  • Jackass 4.5

    Jackass 4.5


    I haven't seen the other .5's, but 4.5 is just as fun and gross as Forever! Pretty insightful stuff about the process of filming during COVID, and the old crew still being themselves doing dangerous stunts, and disgusting bits, lol.

    Nothing more cinematic than Johnny Knoxville, Chris Pontius, and Rachel Wolfson dancing to Party Boy Theme, with a bunch of naked old men!

Popular reviews

  • Fresh



    Sometimes, you're glad that you don't know anything about some movies. Fresh is one of them!

    What a pleasant surprise of a dark romance comedy, as Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan are fantastic in their roles, with effective direction from Mimi Cave, and a smartly written script. I really can't say much, because the less you know, the better.

    The title card drop is also one for the history books. I'm talking Climax, Irreversible good!

  • Birds of Paradise

    Birds of Paradise


    Birds of Paradise would've hit harder it it was queer. Fret not, there's still a bit of homoeroticism, so crumbs are better than nothing for the Diana fans.

    Silvers and Froseth are really good and make no mistake, the direction is slick and artistic, but BOP lacks a little something. Could it be that the story feels Black Swan and Suspiria lite, or familiar, but the execution isn't strong? Maybe, who's to say.