JAYE has written 4 reviews for films rated ★★★½ .

  • Zombieland: Double Tap

    Zombieland: Double Tap


    They’re back .. Once again it’s time to Nut Up or shut up... The original Zombieland is a cult classic and the thing is with cult classics is sequels can ruin the legacy but in the case of Zombieland 2 they did it justice. It takes place 10 years from Z day, they’re a real family now, they love each other, Tallahassee looks at little rock as his daughter and Columbus sees Witchita as the love of his life. All…

  • Good Boys

    Good Boys


    First off, this movie is fucking hilarious. It encaptures the awkwardness, the need to find an identity, the want of validation and the heart pounding moments before you kiss that girl you like the first time. Everyone remembers going through all those things at that age so what makes it funny is the reality of it, when there’s a joke in the movie you think back for a few seconds to when something similar happened to you and it makes it 10x more authentic.

  • Baby Driver

    Baby Driver


    I think “Baby driver” is going to be a cult classic it was just cool as fuck for real and not “lets make this movie seem authentic to relate to a younger audience who tends to share the things they watch” type cool. Seeing Jon hamm and Jamie Foxx in an antognist role working off each others energy kept me glued.  I stumbled upon this film by accident too, it’s a pleasant accident. Everything just fit.

  • Tag



    I think this movie is slept on, critically it didn’t do well at all but let me explain why. When a movie has multiple A list actors people assume if its not a block buster hit its not a good movie, that’s just not true. “Tag” is a genuinely funny coming to age film. It’s about a group of friends who play an endless game of tag because they don’t want their friendships to fade away like most do, who can’t relate to that?