• Daisies



    If someone came up to me and said "if life was a movie and you had a choice what movie would you pick?" My answer would unequivocally be this. I wanna be able to change scenery, mutate colors, fuck with middle aged men, chop off my head, roll around in the grass, eat all I want and go dancing in a cabaret joint. The revolution will not be mobilized with pitchforks but with tweeness and cuteish glee, god bless this movie.

  • Fallen Angels

    Fallen Angels


    Made me feel like I was ten years old again. Really the coolest shit just being thrown at you but unlike his contemporaries Wong knows how to weave emotionality texturally. Wasn't expecting the plot to be this incoherent but it's in a fashion where your never lost, your feeling your way through the narrative not deliberating it. Portrays the seemingly never-ending search for love in a chaotic, fragmented city, sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn't but the chase…

  • We're All Going to the World's Fair

    We're All Going to the World's Fair


    I wanted to feel the Creepypasta vibes absolutely pouring out of this but this didn't translate for me I guess. It's too clinical and standard formally to truly embrace the uncanniness of horror in the online age. It's a sensitive film when it wants to be, the ending is earnest, it's a bit doomerist but not where it really counts. I just think the ultimate film about this hasn't been made yet, I can tell it would be one of my favorite things ever but idk this just went in one ear and out the other sorry.

  • Inherent Vice
  • Spider-Man 3

    Spider-Man 3


    They say that falling love is wonderful
    It's wonderful, so they say
    And with the moon up above, it's wonderful
    It's wonderful, so they tell me
    I can't recall who said it
    I know I've never read it
    I only know they tell me that love is grand, and
    The thing that's known as romance
    Is wonderful, wonderful
    In every way, so they say

    I look into your eyes and all I see is your soul, I look into your…

  • Spider-Man 2

    Spider-Man 2


    Isn't it about time someone saved your life?

    This has to be the closest I've seen a piece of media get to portraying the adult experience in all its messy glory. Absolute gonzo sincerity mixed with a meaty campy tone that culminates in a wonder of a film. I love Mary Janes speech at the end where she comforts Peter, she would rather risk her life to be with the man she loves then live the rest of her life…

  • The Beatles: Get Back

    The Beatles: Get Back


    Ringo: I farted

    This is the great postmodern narrative documentary chill out stoner movie hybrid of our times. Probably the most laborious film about the creative process out there, this immerses you every step of the process to the point where you feel like your doing the project with them. When that final rooftop performance happens it's perhaps one of the most cathartic experiences I've had with a film period. Here Jackson absolutely goes off, incorporating multiple camera angles that…

  • Spider-Man



    Audibly said to myself multiple times "man I wish more films now had this much heart". Has that pulpy sentimentality that makes me melt every single time. This is such an addictive film every scene has some hook in it that keeps pulling and pulling you in further. Have to say Peter Parker probably up there as most relatable character in fiction, I feel him so hard in this (surprisingly I really saw myself in Mary Jane this watch, maybe…

  • I Am Cuba

    I Am Cuba


    The first chad movie ever made correct if I'm wrong oh wait you can't because you know I'm right.

  • Southland Tales

    Southland Tales


    Tangents upon tangents upon tangents, digital discombobulation transfered into heavenly ascendence so we can take our place within the next spherical atmosphere. The specificities don't matter but it's more so where we end up, how it can progress us to the next frontier. People operating for their own gain, content to hurt people to get what they want but do they ever stop to consider how much this effects other people or how much it hurts when someone does the…

  • 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…

  • Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage


    This was just worth seeing in gigantic ass cinema just by virtue of hearing the word "CARNAGE" being projected and blasted on twelve speakers, shits euphoric and transcendent as hell. Adrenaline fueled life affirming cinema, I internally cried multiple times. The gigachad based film of 2021 (Malignant shares the title). I am an absolute whore for this film and I am living for it.