• It's a Wonderful Life

    It's a Wonderful Life


    Anyone who watches this and gives it a 'meh', is clearly just a fool.

    This is by far one of the most important films to ever have been made. Not only that, but it is also one of the most masterfully manifested masterpieces to ever have been crafted. Yes, 'masterpiece'. That isn't a very loose term I through around either.
    Until the day I die, this will be a film that will be able to symbolize the love, the grace,…

  • It's a Wonderful Life

    It's a Wonderful Life

    Full review coming soon.
    I had to hold myself back from the emotions coming through. But I'll let it all out soon...

  • Star Trek Beyond

    Star Trek Beyond


    Hey, what's that I'm tasting in my mouth?
    Oh right! It's a bland Star Trek movie!

  • Star Trek Into Darkness

    Star Trek Into Darkness


    Yeah, it's good, but I can't get over Butawhiteboy Cantbekhan's insane over-the-top performance

  • Home Alone

    Home Alone


    f off Die Hard

  • Klaus



    Just here to remind you about the most underrated Christmas movie. I cannot praise it enough for how heartwarming it is...

    still hate that frickin song tho

  • Mank



    Okay, I still have no clue why no one is talking about Bill Nye's cameo... like how wild is that?

    But yo people are gonna have problems with this. And I think that simply dilutes down to the experience not being as riveting as some of Fincher's other work. Regardless, this still is still a film made by David Fincher. It still has that mechanical soul, that gorgeously perfect cinematography and that hard-hitting theme that comes rolling around at the…

  • If Anything Happens I Love You

    If Anything Happens I Love You


    I sank lower and lower into my chair until I was left flat on my back staring up into the abyss of a black screen. The emotions, the blame, the guilt can never be understood by many. We can only try to imagine how broken they feel. And knowing a person affected by this brought me back in a way I certainly wasn't expecting or wanting. But it was necessary. My heart, my prayers, my tears go out to anyone…

  • The Queen's Gambit

    The Queen's Gambit


    The Queen's Gambit is a mini-series that I highly encourage any individual to watch. And that is coming from a person who has been surrounded by groups and herds of people who beg me to play a game of chess with them... but I often refuse because it's just not my thing.
    But not only did this piece of film exploit my love for chess that I hadn't had the slightest clue of it being there. It presented me with…

  • Anna Stalken

    Anna Stalken

    Anna Stalken?
    More like Anna Walkin!!!!

    Sorry, I really tried with this one. Go check it out from my man Luke, he's pretty cool.

  • Blindspotting



    "...the one that going dummy never felt the need to run, but I've been sprintin' till I limp across the finish with a gun! Up in my blind spot, really! Ain't to hard to figure that you probably never really felt the pressure of a nigga, but you know what? I ain't never felt the pressures of a trigger! The difference between me and you is... I ain't no killer..."

    That final scene just may be the most powerful exploitation of discrimination amongst individuals who live in this modern-day world. I can't stress it enough how profound and important this film is.

  • The Help

    The Help


    I watched this in preparation for the book. And only 3 chapters in I can already tell you how much better the book is written and crafted.
    That is not to say this isn't great... cause it is. I just think the book brings a level of authenticity and emotion that you only get the surface level inside the film.
    Without a doubt, all the performances are off the charts in this. Each and every person gives it their all…