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Favorite films

  • The Godfather
  • Casablanca
  • City of God
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Recent activity

  • Licorice Pizza


  • House of Gucci


  • Spider-Man: No Way Home


  • The Tragedy of Macbeth


Recent reviews

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

    Alrighty, I'm about seven full movies behind on my review so this review are probably more a memorial musing on my feelings toward them rather than an in-depth analysis of the movies upcoming.

    No better start than getting my thoughts about Licorice Pizza out of my head. A movie that I have been musing over for several weeks now.

    I can appreciate the technical value of the film, because PTA is an otherworldly filmmaker. A filmmaker of such craft and…

  • House of Gucci

    House of Gucci


    This reminds me of that meme of the old person telling their grandchild that they used to be huge back in the day. Yes, Sir. Scott, on your day, you were an absolute titan of a director.....sadly, no longer. Arguably, The Martian has been his best film in close to 15 years but the buck kind of stopped with Body of Lies. Since then, Sir. Scott has bounced between film to film to film, trying his hand at the familiar…

Popular reviews

  • Bob Lazar: Area 51 and Flying Saucers

    Bob Lazar: Area 51 and Flying Saucers

    Jeremy Corbell is one of the most self-serving and indulgent documentary filmmakers to have come out of the digital age, and it's a shame because Bob's story is fascinating. The level of indulgence can be summed up in two scenes out of the many many scenes I could choose. The first shows Corbell push a point that clearly makes Bob uncomfortable to discuss and doesn't take no for an answer. The second is when Corbell again asks Bob to discuss…

  • Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare

    Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare

    Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, in truth, is fucking batshit!

    It appears both canonical to the Nightmare series but oddly not canonical to the Nightmare series, as Springwood is now a ghost town, as Freddy has killed all the children and sent all the adults insane (this is not a spoiler, the movie opens with this), however, we are meant to believe that if Freddy's Dead is set in a future 1999, ten years after Dream Child, then the Freddy…