Favorite films

  • The Passion of Joan of Arc
  • La Haine
  • Autumn Sonata
  • Still Walking

Recent activity

  • This Christmas

  • The Polar Express

  • Licorice Pizza


  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

Pinned reviews

  • Bless Their Little Hearts

    Bless Their Little Hearts


    So, I loved this. It was hard to watch at times because I’ve seen these conversations unfold with the adults in my own life and it’s not necessarily pretty. It’s filled with both fear of not making it out of the situation and rage for being put in the position in the first place. 

    This film is pretty slow, so you’re placed in the middle of Charlie Banks’ humdrum life as he tries to find work on a day-to-day…

  • The Fire Within

    The Fire Within


    “You must make people feel you want them and that you’ll hold on to them.”

    Oh Louis Malle you sure know how to leave your audience absolutely gutted. But before doing so, you’ll construct a story rooted in so many human truths. Alain, a recovering alcoholic, attempts to find meaning in life again. To do so, he takes one more rendezvous to Paris to visit some old friends. Yet, Paris isn’t quite the same. Sure, there’s an abundance of women…

Recent reviews

  • This Christmas

    This Christmas

    Watched this on Christmas for the first time in years!

  • The Polar Express

    The Polar Express

    A lot of people think this movie is creepy, and like I get it, but it’s always been a favorite of mine. As a kid who tried to believe in Santa for as long as possible, I really loved seeing this expansive Christmas world. 

    Their faces are creepy as hell now that im watching it again for the first time in years. Points were made.

Popular reviews

  • Malcolm & Marie

    Malcolm & Marie

    I’m not going to rate this because I didn’t finish it and I don’t think I can honestly give a full opinion. But I will say, the hour of this movie I did watch, is the most vapid and gravely offensive writing I have seen in a while. 

    Is Sam Levinson serious? Is this an autobiography disguised with Black actors? Is this script actually serious? I’m wincing at the amount of cruelty expressed during these painfully long arguments. I mean…

  • Black Is … Black Ain’t

    Black Is … Black Ain’t


    Black Is mf Black Ain’t...

    This will be the best thing I watch all day today. I felt such a sense of belonging and community while watching this as well as nostalgia for the South. So much of our Black identity is formed before we even step foot on this Earth, y’know. It’s rooted in struggle, resiliency, strength, pain, joy, etc. But, it’s these characteristics that help shape who we become. It’s the reason we are able to continuously adapt…