RashaadHarris Pro

arthouse, thriller, drama, mystery, horror

Aronofsky Enthusiast.

Favorite films

  • Inland Empire
  • Boyz n the Hood
  • Of an Age
  • The Social Network

Recent activity

  • May December


  • Far from Heaven


  • Napoleon


  • The Avengers


Pinned reviews

  • The Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast Club


    “When you grow up, your heart dies.” 
    “Who cares?” 
    “I care.” 

    Was this not everyone’s favorite movie growing up? I used to think this was the coolest movie out there, with some of the most relatable characters to me at the time. I’m sure if you had asked me in high school, I would have said this film was in my top 5 – and you know, I’m not even mad at my younger self for that choice. This is a…

  • Sick of Myself

    Sick of Myself


    Well, I think I just found my new favorite film of the year which will receive absolutely no major awards recognition. 

    This was fucking wild. Kristine Kujath Thorp is phenomenal. Eirik Sæther’s great, Fanny Vaager’s great, Andrea Bræin Hovig’s great; the whole cast delivers on their part. I’m a big fan of Kristoffer Borgli’s direction and script here – several layers to be peeled back and digested, so I’ll definitely need to revisit this soon before fully critiquing this. I…

Recent reviews

  • May December

    May December


    “How do you choose your roles? I want to find a character that’s difficult to, on the surface, understand. Were they born, or were they made?”

    A prodigious showcase of acting and storytelling. Rich, both in character and themes. Each character is so well drawn, with Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore, and Charles Melton bringing so much depth and complexity to each. I’m convinced Todd Haynes is the modern King of the Melodrama; perfectly blending performance with reality, the theatrical with…

  • Napoleon



    “I am destined for greatness. But those in power only see me as a sword.”

    – Napoleon 

    One of the best black comedies I’ve seen all year. Still, the battle scenes are vigorous. Joaquin Phoenix chews up the scenery and puts on one hell of a show as Napoleon Bonaparte. Vanessa Kirby is just magnificent and as stunning as ever as Joséphine Bonaparte. Many viewers might be off-put by the languid pacing of the film, but I personally think it works in its…

Popular reviews

  • A Thousand and One

    A Thousand and One


    “No one gives a fuck about black women, except for other black women, and even that shit get messy.”

    An authentic portrait of black womanhood, motherhood, and the constant fight against inequality. A mother and son versus the system, stuck with limited options, as everything around them changes rapidly. The only constant being their situation, their love for one another and the family they’ve built. All the mother wants and works towards is a better opportunity for her son than…

  • The Menu

    The Menu


    Tasty, but left me hungry for more.

    "I'm starving."

    Anya Taylor-Joy is undeniably the star here, but Ralph Fiennes, Nicholas Hoult, and Hong Chau are all great too. Wasn't fully satisfied with what "The Menu" serves up, but it's a good time nonetheless.