Favorite films

  • Big Time
  • Under the Silver Lake
  • Until the End of the World
  • Velvet Goldmine

Recent activity

  • Coyote


  • Bullet Train


  • A Christmas Carol


  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban


Pinned reviews

  • Trees Lounge

    Trees Lounge


    The cyclical life of a shitsack.

    Reminded me in many ways of Inside Llewyn Davis.
    Relying on charm alone is what got you here, and now the garbage happening in your life and the garbage coming from your own decisions/addictions are having a chicken and egg contest in your head.
    Break the cycle.

Recent reviews

  • Coyote



    Aesthetically great. Joshua Burge is always phenomenal. But it feels empty and lacking.

  • Bullet Train

    Bullet Train


    Bullet Train delivers exactly what it promises. The most tonally accurate trailer that I've seen in quite some time. I had a blast!

    2022 Ranked (#8/44)
    David Leitch Ranked (new) (#1/4)

Popular reviews

  • Meshes of the Afternoon

    Meshes of the Afternoon


    I was going through Criterion Channel's Sight & Sound Top 100 list and figured I could spare 14 minutes for an alleged masterpiece.

    Well worth it. Meshes earns its spot on that presitigious list with unspeakably brilliant camerawork, and what may be the best portrayal of dreams that I've ever seen. Maya Deren is a perfect lead, and a timeless beauty.

    With such captivating visuals, sound was not missed. I will happily revisit this in the future, and look forward to more of Deren's films.

  • Godzilla



    Remains at 4.

    Hadn't seen this since its theatrical run and I am very happy that it's nearly exactly as I remember it.
    Beautiful to look at, lovely score, Bryan Cranston is great, Kick-Ass is not, Elizabeth Olsen is underutilized and half baked. The final third is excellent and I was never bored, which is apparently a common complaint about this film.

    The Mutos are gorgeous and I love that so much of the human death comes from human error.