Chris Kitts McGee

Avid cinephine from the biggest of blockbusters to the smallest indie character studies.

Favorite films

  • Nine Days
  • Cruella
  • The Green Knight
  • Raya and the Last Dragon

Recent activity

  • Saw X


  • The Creator


  • No One Will Save You


  • The Unborn

Recent reviews

  • Saw X

    Saw X


    Longtime Saw fans can rejoice that Saw X takes the roots of this series back to Jigsaw himself John Kramer. The most annoying this about this is how they have had to carve into the timeline to make the story work. The movie takes chances this time, a longer runtime and far more characterization. John is the star this time, and while we know all the outcomes, Tobin Bell makes you hopeful this trial he goes through with cure his…

  • The Creator

    The Creator


    What a disappointment! So I have been incredibly excited for this since the trailers presented an original and beautifully realized scifi world. Now the movie visually is phenomenal. If the 80 million budget is to be believed, I was stunned at how amazing this looked. Visually the world building was realistic and gritty in believable and organic ways. The AI look tangible and photo realistic. The locations and sets felt natural. Visually I got exactly what I wanted.

    Storywise I…

Popular reviews

  • Knives Out

    Knives Out


    Finnaly a movie that is as fun for its audience to watch as the actors had making it.

    I was nervous going into this, I've enjoyed Rian Johnson films, but I've always had problems. He plays with genre and tone but suffered in execution. This subverts expectations instantly and always seems to be one step ahead, all while never being cheap or relying on trickery. The script is very tight and so very well written. You can see the pieces…

  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


    A concise and thoughtful take on a genre that Martin Scorsese has tackled many times. Going into this was stacked a bit agaisnt me, I'm not a fan of gangster films and its runtime was intimidating, even when you enjoy long films. And I haven't seen many of Scorsesses other works in the genre.

    The film flys by. Its deliberate in pace to be sure. Moments breathe and charcaters grow, in very subtle ways. The whole movie is far more…