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Favorite films

  • Lady Gaga : V Festival 2009
  • Lady Gaga Presents: The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden
  • Vevo Presents: Lady Gaga - artRave
  • Gaga: Five Foot Two

Recent activity

  • Batman & Robin


  • Lisa Frankenstein


  • Sweetie


  • Turning Red


Pinned reviews

  • Too Wild

    Too Wild

    Hello one and all! Proud to be able to release my new short film. I've always wanted to do a project like this, an exploration all the parts of myself that I keep behind closed doors; what do people do when their alone? The process of making this helped me come to terms with my ADHD and just myself in general. Judgement of myself and from others gets to me sometimes, I guess this was a way for charging into…

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

    Killers of the Flower Moon


    Don't ask me what I say about it them or her, anything with theatrics or a puppet on a string. She was my baby I held her in my arms, kissed her goodnight but then she was taken away nothing was said, nothing was spoken, how do you expect someone to take that, you made us deal you made her cry. I was told that there was an inevitability for everything, that ideas and practices of our forefathers were written…

Recent reviews

  • Batman & Robin

    Batman & Robin


    I got you
    No I got you

    Still cannot get over Batgirl being the one who saves the titular characters plus the entire world because yeah she can fucking do that (she's like one of the few superheroes that makes me feel like I could do this myself). A movie where it's main sole purpose is to make you go "ok wow what about that bit where Ivy says my vines have a crush on you" or "wait what about…

  • Dune: Part Two

    Dune: Part Two


    Was just on a cloud for that entire thing, a bed of stars if you will, the film version of that Taylor Swift experience I had the other day. Just sexy and beautiful like breathing the clear crystal oxygen of a blue supernova. A waterfall of emotions followed by the indiscretion of power balances disguised as collective connectivity to maintain the populous right under our fucking noses. Righteous fury in calming spiritual undertones, the bitter insolvency of the worlds ability…

Popular reviews

  • Elvis



    Toxic Britney Spears needle drop most iconic, based and tongue in cheek moment in cinematic history.

  • The Beatles: Get Back

    The Beatles: Get Back

    I like how when the minute George leaves the whole studio descends into chaos, Yoko, Paul, Ringo and John just start playing this avant-garde freak out, Paul's swinging on the metal bars, waltz dancing, everyone turns into a yelling banshee, absolute insanity. Quite spellbinding, emotional and confounding as a piece of documentary narrative art. Really nails home the stress and uneasiness that can come from creation, proves that real life can have as much tapestry as a great work of…