Favorite films

Recent activity

All

Recent reviews

More
  • Bear with Us

    Bear with Us

    ★★★

    Nothing crushes a good marriage proposal quite like a 600 pound grizzly bear.

    This was not high art and that only made sure I had a truly good time with it. It's just was a silly, off-beat comedy that still has its heart in the right place - not losing sight of its message nor its goal to make one roll their eyes in morbid delight. But if I can be perfectly honest, It was wonderful seeing Christy Carlson Romano…

  • Greener Grass

    Greener Grass

    ★★★½

    Oh how I hate it when things are lazily compared to "Lynch" for the sake of descriptive convenience. But Holy Hell do I hate it even more so when I'm the one doing it. Yeah, this is happening, buckle up. Greener Grass is a god tier exercise in baffling an entire audience with something so stupid, yet simultaneously so compelling that you cannot find the strength to stop watching. It's completely possible to go far too "Adult Swim" with your…

Popular reviews

More
  • Under the Skin

    Under the Skin

    ★★★★★

    Under The Skin, simply put, is basically the Eraserhead of 2014. I really loved the experience, because, that's what it is. Not a movie, but an entire out of body experience. The end result of the shots, sounds and emotions don't flow together to create a narrative, but an entire new dimension you'll be visiting for its duration. It is not easily understood at a cerebral level, because that was never intended to be the case. It is, as cliche…

  • Guardians of the Galaxy

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    ★★★★

    After starting out with such humble beginnings at Troma Entertainment, James Gunn hits it big with Marvel Studio's WTF fest, Guardians of the Galaxy. This Firefly meets Star Wars meets The Expendables mash up is Kevin Feige's first film in his cinematic universe not held down by any expectations what so ever. This being said, it has full artistic control over itself in every way. Because this movie has no chance of making fanboys leave the theater saying, "That's not…