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Favorite films

  • Se7en
  • The Dark Knight
  • Little Women
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

Recent activity

  • The Imitation Game


  • War Dogs


  • Midsommar


  • Poor Things


Recent reviews

  • The Imitation Game

    The Imitation Game


    incredible writing- outstanding performance- emotionally investing story. I’m a sucker for a story about the black sheep. 

    The only critique I have for this film is that we do not get to see Alan wrestling with his sexuality in his adult years. It is something that is discussed, but only once are we able to see the impact that it has on his emotional wellbeing. Regardless, that one piece missing didn’t hinder this from being an amazing film.

  • Poor Things

    Poor Things


    Long Version:
    While the story itself is faulty, I can simultaneously acknowledge the beauty of Poor Things. Emma Stone described this film as a love story; Bella falls in love with the world and just existing as a human being. This is true in some sense, but that love story she is referring to unfortunately takes a backseat to Bella’s sexual awakening. Instead of being able to focus on how Bella evolves as she learns more about the world, we are…

Popular reviews

  • Priscilla



    If one is going to take on the responsibility of telling a story like this, it cannot be half-assed, and unfortunately this was. 

    Sofia Coppola’s Pricilla had immeasurable potential. The story of a young girl groomed by one of America’s favorites should be a no brainer, and yet Ms. Presley’s story is told in a way that’s flat and anticlimactic. What’s even more disappointing is the way this could have been such an amazing lesson for girls in their teenage years/20s…

  • Saltburn



    Please for the love of god keep this woman behind the camera. Emerald is a genius and my new favorite person in film solely because of Saltburn.

    In telling a story that highlights the intersection between insecurity, infatuation, and narcissism, Emerald takes incredibly real feelings and warps them in a way that shows their extremes. By doing so, she creates very real connections with the audience by telling an absolutely unreal (insane) story. 

    Literally no notes. The acting was captivating,…