Micah Pro

Favorite films

  • Wait Until Dark
  • 30 Days of Night
  • The Faculty
  • Unfriended: Dark Web

Recent activity

  • Saltburn


  • In Bruges


  • The Polar Express


  • All Is True


Pinned reviews

  • Coming Home in the Dark

    Coming Home in the Dark


    “All right. Let’s buckle up.”

    At first I thought they were driving on the wrong side of the road, then I realized I'm just a dumb American 😩

    I've been an admirer of Daniel Gillies for probably a decade now. He's one of those actors whose projects I've mostly thought, respectfully, were just a bit beneath the caliber of the performer. Someone worthy of really juicy, prominent roles, particularly in film.

    Then along came Coming Home in the Dark, the…

Recent reviews

  • Saltburn



    “You’re not leaving Saltburn.”

    This screening was the rowdiest, most reactive Monday matinee audience in movie theater history. What a blast.

    Emerald Fennell has done it again. She’s such a strong, original writer, then follows it with the most sublime frames and staging. What can’t she do!

    Ready the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress nominations for Barry and Rosamund immediately.

  • In Bruges

    In Bruges


    “The boy had to be given a chance.”

    Inappropriate, ableist, homophobic and racist; prepared me entirely for the upcoming holiday season with family.

    Outstanding performances from Farrell and Gleeson. (Duh.)

    A beautiful tale of friendship with a poetic conclusion. Dark and funny, but weighty too. Glad I finally caught this one.

Popular reviews

  • Barbarian



    “Who the fuck is staying in my house?”

    Justin Long and Bill Skarsgård hot *send review*

  • Ordinary People

    Ordinary People


    “Bad things happen even when people are careful.”

    Fair warning: stop here if you haven't seen this film.

    There are too many specific emotional details I feel I need to cover and I don't want to ruin the journey for those who may, too, get a lot of Ordinary People.

    I was driving to an appointment this morning and started tearing up thinking about exchange between Judd Hirsch's Dr. Berger and Timothy Hutton's Conrad during their late-night session in the…