Forever caught between “it’s so over” and “we’re so back.”

I'm a Christian. Love everyone.

Favorite films

  • Workers for the Good Lord
  • Another Lonely Hitman
  • The Heartbreak Yakuza
  • The Getaway

Recent activity

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  • Memories of Murder

  • Phenomena


Recent reviews

  • Shane



    The gun's a gun and he'll never be anything else. For supposedly being a pillar of American myth-making, Shane is surprisingly bleak and tragic, comfortable and tender though it may be. I'll be honest, I was checked out for stretches of this, mainly due to the fact that there's a lot of drama centered around characters who aren't Shane. I don't even particularly like Shane, but his name is on the cover, so I wanna see him for heaven's sake.…

  • Workers for the Good Lord

    Workers for the Good Lord


    If aesthetics dictate ethics, then Workers for the Good Lord has to be one of the most ethical and wholesome films ever made, because it is surely one of the most beautiful. I'm not one of those "every-frame-a-painting" people and this film has shots that are certainly functional at best, but that's okay. This film has enough overwhelming visual majesty that it can lull the viewer into a weird sort of trance where, regardless of what happens in the story,…

Popular reviews

  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


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  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice


    How Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Puts Life and the Cultural Divide in Perspective


    A few months ago, I got caught up in a discussion with two other guys at work regarding superhero films. I'm often very vocal about my disdain for most new blockbusters, particularly the Marvel films, and I ventured to say to the two men that Zack Snyder's Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice were better than anything…