Nate Richard

I worship Steven Spielberg.
Resource Editor for Collider
Favorites shift monthly.

Favorite films

  • The Graduate
  • Ratatouille
  • Stand by Me
  • Pan's Labyrinth

Recent activity

  • Transformers: Rise of the Beasts


  • The Flash


  • Batman


  • Brigsby Bear


Recent reviews

  • Batman



    It's been a long, long time since I've last watched this one. I believe I was in grade school. I definitely remember more about Batman Returns, for various reasons.

    Batman is excellent, this might be one of Tim Burton's best-directed films, everything from the production design, to the performances, and the plot, it feels ripped straight out of a comic book. Michael Keaton makes for such a great Batman.

    As much as I love Jack Nicholson, I will say I…

  • Brigsby Bear

    Brigsby Bear


    Brigsby Bear is another one of those movies that I'd been wanting to watch for years now, but just never got around to it.

    I really enjoyed this one. It's quirky and odd, but also strangely sweet and very sentimental. It definitely deals with some heavy topics, but it's also never too depressing. It's insanely charming, and Kyle Mooney and Jorge Lendeborg Jr give really endearing performances. Greg Kinnear is also a major stand-out. Love that guy.

    Maybe a little too brisk and some of it does feel a tad underdeveloped, but I overall, I thought this was great.

Popular reviews

  • Thor: Love and Thunder

    Thor: Love and Thunder


    I'm no hater of the MCU. Yes, I've certainly become a bit more critical and cynical about the franchise as a whole, especially with how rocky Phase 4 has been, but at the end of the day, I truly have only flat-out disliked one MCU movie. But it was just starting to become the same cookie-cutter stories over and over again, with no real surprises, and some of the recent films that I initially walked out really enjoying, really didn't…

  • Naked



    Naked isn't good, but it's a hell lot better than what I thought it'd be. It's not funny, it's lazy, and at only 90 minutes the film feels like it's 3 hours long. Marlon Wayans and Regina Hall do give it a lot of effort though, so there's that and there's some actual genuinely sweet moments during the film. Better than a lot of the comedies from Netflix.