• Stop Making Sense

    Stop Making Sense


    What an incredible IMAX experience. Jaw dropping.

  • Meet Me in the Bathroom

    Meet Me in the Bathroom


    Found this to be incredibly middling at points as it tries to keep you engage, until you find yourself slogging through more footage that is unrelated to the previous thread of another band. Great to see Interpol winning some representation.

  • Bottoms



    Genuinely appreciated the commitment to the absurdity of the whole idea and it’s lack of portraying a time period. A funny watch, with great chemistry between the two leads.

  • Action Point

    Action Point

    Wasted opportunity with a sick soundtrack.

  • Jackass 4.5

    Jackass 4.5


    The retrospective nature that wants to burst out in this is a wasted opportunity, but still solidly funny and nostalgic all the while.

  • Pearl



    Pearl is an engaging, psychological exploration of a farm girl who needs to get off the farm. Stellar performance, a great monologue, and one of the best credit sequences in recent memory. 

    Goth has chops, and really comes to shine here, balancing juvenile innocence with unbridled rage. A timid facade that is covering emotional and psychological abuse. Really loved this, especially after being lukewarm on X.

  • X



    Dripping with homages to its influences, X manages to find itself in a moody mishmash that has some good laughs, but doesn’t really set itself apart from most modern horror films. Mia Goth is killer in this.

  • Infinity Pool

    Infinity Pool


    Goth is captivating in a film that loses its narrative and thematic steam half way through, while maintaining a psychedelic/psychological atmosphere.

  • Barbie



    There’s a joke of a Proustian Barbie being discontinued, yet the film itself is layered as a nostalgic, (sorta) Proust-like odyssey of self-definition, self-reflection, and coming to terms with a reality check. All while having an incredible performance from Ryan Gosling, and watching mothers shoo their daughters out of the theater during my showing.

  • Oppenheimer



    Something to be said about the existentialist approach that is teeming right from the opening minutes of the film. Not wonder why you exist, but what existence of a pursuit, an object, a purpose can ultimately justify its own being. 

    A theme of Consequences runs throughout the major story, as we see the fusion and fission (literally; a brilliant way to use its own science to tell the story expounding around the genuine science itself) of relationships and the lasting implications of associations. 

    Quite frankly, this is a high bar for biopics. Technically and Literally. A brilliant film with an outstanding cast.

  • Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One

    Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One


    A bit lacking compared to its predecessor, but ultimately leaves me ready for the next installment as the story leaves room for a some fine expansion.

  • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny


    Not a fan of the ending, feeling a bit over the top, even for the Indy franchise. That said, it’s really not a horrific dumpster fire as those make it out to be. The story becomes tedious as it follows a pattern that one will catch onto, and it’s set pieces ultimately feel lacking as it becomes overwhelmed with CGI, rather than immersing it’s audience in the geography of locations that it transports it viewers too. 

    Ford and Waller-Bridge work off each other well enough. Really not a terrible movie, but bland modern-action affair, but with good direction.