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Favorite films

  • The Godfather
  • Before Sunset
  • The Witch
  • mother!

Recent activity

  • The Prestige


  • Amsterdam


  • They Cloned Tyrone


  • The Out-Laws


Pinned reviews

  • The Chair

    The Chair


    Of course I’m going to rate this 5 stars, my name is in the credits.

    This is a short background rather than a review.Β 
    What started off as a 30 second test scene for a school project, turned into making a 10 minute short.
    Our biggest challenge was finding the cast, or the lack of a cast which meant that Preston, Mike and I ended up having to be on screen while navigating making The Chair.

    Despite being a rushed…

Recent reviews

  • Amsterdam



    Though AmsterdamΒ isΒ chaotically busy and made me glance at the remaining runtime a few times, the story and the performances kept me interested.
    The whimsical atmosphere at odd times, the camaraderie among the lead characters, an excellent roster of cast, along with the pleasing set design had me enjoying this film more than most others.

  • The Out-Laws

    The Out-Laws


    Why is everyone taking this so seriously?

    It is silly, goofy and filled with dumb comedy that one can expect when Adam Sandler or Adam DeVine are involved and some days, that is perfectly fine.

Popular reviews

  • Don't Breathe

    Don't Breathe


    Rollercoaster of a ride just when you think it is over. Thrillingly suspenseful, taking from the title and making you hold your breath.

    Does not have quite the same effect on a rewatch which leads me to deduct half a star.

  • There Will Be Blood

    There Will Be Blood


    Oddly enough this is not only my first Paul Thomas Anderson film but it is also my first Daniel Day-Lewis film.
    I am just here rambling about things I liked, stop reading if you are looking for a comprehensive review.

    Years after hearing much praise about Day-Lewis, There Will Be Blood is a great entry into his filmography and I see what the fuss is about him. He becomes one with his character throughout the periods of his life depicted.…