Favorite films

  • Study in Color and Black and White
  • The Parallel Street
  • Meshes of the Afternoon
  • The Shop Around the Corner

Recent activity

  • My Neighbor Totoro


  • The Producers

  • A Few Good Men


  • Paint


Recent reviews

  • Broken Lullaby

    Broken Lullaby


    “You knew Walter? You met him […] and you didn’t forget him?”
    ”I couldn’t forget him”

    ”When did you see him last?”
    ”Yes, tell us all about the last time you saw him”

    What divinely cruel penance. A French soldier forced to relive his trauma every day as he assimilates into the German soldier he killed. He seeks absolution of guilt and receives the monkey’s paw. 

    Lubitsch does not hold back. His usual lighthearted double entendres mutates into scarring interpretation.…

  • Scream



    Turns out, the American Funny Games. That was a plot twist I did not expect!

Popular reviews

  • The Holy Mountain

    The Holy Mountain


    The Holy Mountain is not a deep film, masquerading rather in faux-artistic pageantry under the semblance of "surrealism". Really any other direction this could've gone probably would've been better. Jodorowsky fans might object and say "this isn't his best work, [insert more obscure Jodorowsky film] is". But seeing as this is considered his masterpiece, don't know what this says for my future with his work.

    The film works under clickbait surrealism: hamfisting overt yet meaningless symbols unnecessarily to provoke immediate…

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    Okay, I saw this a couple days ago conflicted with my thoughts on the film, and now I've made up my mind: Spiderverse just isn't a good film.

    The script and landscape animation are admittedly very good. The abstract design and colors give a facade of greatness on the hands of Lord and Miller. However, despite the aforementioned aspects, the rest of the film is a mess of fascist anarchy and lazy drawing.

    As Jean-Luc Godard once said, "Call a…