• Enter the Void

    Enter the Void

    i’m always impressed by how gaspar noe can just beat the life out of you for the majority of a runtime and then somehow land on something rejuvenating and life-affirming. still makes my brain feel like 🍳🍳🍳 tho.

  • It Might Get Loud

    It Might Get Loud

    as a doc, it kinda sucks. like just hang out in the room with them! bc i realized this time how much their perspectives on guitar contradict each other’s, the conflict would’ve been super cool to examine in the group setting. and really let them play for a while too! oh well. jack white’s bits still get me pumped to play guitar.

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once
  • Ikiru


    ikiru is dynamic. people struggle to say what they mean, say what they feel like they have to say, say nonsense, and the arc of kurosawa’s compositions tells the story behind all of it. and again, i’ll never get sick of the sensation of a movie just completely responding to my feelings when i turn it on. it’s one of the most beautiful things. seeing in on 35mm with a friend was a huge plus.

  • Kimi


    zoë kravitz was great, which is especially impressive given that literally everything else about this movie is asssssssssss.

    idk if i’ll ever get it with steven soderbergh. this whole thing just had such big film school energy. blah.

  • Quincy


    he’s just the fuckin man!

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch

    wes anderson’s last two movies remind me a bit of later tarantino, in the sense that the trademark elements of their style have gotten so hyper-refined that sometimes it just makes me go “alright i get it i get it!”. so that occasionally crossed my mind during the longer-feeling 1hr47min runtime. i still enjoyed it tho - the humor and romance are both dialed into that subtle but highly effective (at least for me) sweet spot, and obviously there are still a bunch of crazy set pieces that are fun to look at.

  • Titane


    yes!!! this is movie!!! ahhhhhh. loved it.

  • Death Proof

    Death Proof


  • Death Proof

    Death Proof

    idc what that big-headed fuck thinks of it now, this is one of his best movies. could hang out w these characters all day.

  • The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth

    all the incredible ppl involved in this did an incredible job, so this was an incredible movie. interesting how it felt very grand and classy but also small-scale and intimate at the same time. very trance-like too, kinda reminded me of carl theodor dreyer?

  • Scream


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    can u imagine being typecast as “spooky bitch who gets set on fire”