• Wedding Crashers

    Wedding Crashers

    need Isla Fisher in my life

  • The Trip to Squash Land

    The Trip to Squash Land

    fuck those apples fr

  • Memories of Murder

    Memories of Murder


    Well made and acted but the story drags on and it's not hard to lose interest fast when it's a typical bland crime/thriller

  • Stranger Than Fiction

    Stranger Than Fiction


    less deep version of Adaption

  • Fallen Angels

    Fallen Angels


    kinda muddled but beautiful to watch

  • 22 Jump Street

    22 Jump Street


    my name jeff

  • Walkabout



    Walkabout is a beautiful 70s movie that nicely juxtapositions traditional Australian indigenous living with the white Australian population to highlight the similarities and sad differences between the two.
    The start is a bit slow and the set-up a bit dumb, but once you're introduced to the indigenous boy who serves as a guide and beacon of hope for the lost white children it picks up a lot.
    For a 70s movie it's interesting how it shows the traditional Australian living…

  • Inherent Vice

    Inherent Vice


    incoherent vice, 50% good 50% nonsensical

  • Only God Forgives

    Only God Forgives


    Another crazy hyper-stylized violence movie from Refn although this time it's more senseless than ever.
    It's easy to see why this has mixed reviews after the success and acclaim of Refn's last movie Drive, whilst Drive was glitzy and had a smooth overlay and plot covering its violence, this movie is just straight grime and evil throughout.

    Features a cool dedication to Alejandro Jodorowsky at the end tho which is a shame when Refn was supposed to direct a movie based upon Jodorowsky's graphic novel The Incal after making this but never did.

  • Suspiria



    Suspiria is a well made horror film that relies more upon the visuals and especially the score/ambient sounds to create a massive amount of suspense which keeps the viewer hooked.
    The plot is iffy like most horror movies but man the combination of the amazing set-design, hectic boppy score and background vocals like spooking mfr whispering is something else, this film looks and sounds great which is way more important than a fluid dynamic plot in a horror movie.

  • Too Old to Die Young

    Too Old to Die Young


    This features the crazy typical Refn hyper-stylized violence and super confronting themes/scenes in 10x movie length episodes, the cast is good, the acting is mainly pretty good and the cinematography is great which is to be expected from this director.

    On the flipside whilst the plot is interesting and keeps you engaged, by the end of it it becomes a bit wish-washy and it almosts becomes a satire show mocking the director's own movies and style of film-making.
    For the…

  • The Silence of the Lambs

    The Silence of the Lambs


    Good thriller with mild horror elements, not too scary and somewhat comedic this isn't as bad as I thought it'd be.
    Keeps you intrigued and features a great performance from the antagonist 'anti-hero'.