Favorite films

  • Rocky
  • Watership Down
  • The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
  • Coffy

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  • Pulp Fiction


  • Coffy


  • Death Wish


  • The Magnificent Seven


Recent reviews

  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction


    Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega’s date is still one the best dates in cinematic history, even better than Before Sunrise.

    Ain’t it a miracle the Tarantino-isms and dialogue still work very much and don’t feel dated? For example the meta dialogue in the first Scream is still good but can feel dated at times while the first Avengers movie now feels borderline unwatchable.

    The movie truly feels timeless despite the dated references and trendy dialogue tropes it made popular. 

    …Well except for that pot belly fetish scene, what the fuck was that lmao.

  • Coffy



    This instantly became my favorite blaxploitation movie on first watch alone.

    Pam Grier is great and looks great
    King George is hilarious
    That ending… 
    That lynching scene… 
    Pam Grier’s fake  Jamaican accent however… trash lol

    This movie has so many memorable moments, this was great. I really really love this movie

Popular reviews

  • Avatar: The Way of Water

    Avatar: The Way of Water


    Alien -> Aliens
    Terminator -> Terminator 2
    Avatar -> Avatar 2

    James Cameron is the king of sequels but this right here is by far his biggest leap in quality. 

    I’m praising this movie as somebody who didn’t like the original Avatar, I officially care about the Avatar franchise now.

    This movie is long as hell but yet it never bored me, I wouldn’t cut anything, everything is perfect. I don’t wanna hear ANYTHING about the movie having a “slow start”, it’s immediately captivating. 

    My ONLY real complaint is that lame ass song by The Weeknd.

  • Le Cercle Rouge

    Le Cercle Rouge


    Wow. This was really good but especially that ending heist scene

    That heist scene is so tense the most regular of sounds were like a jump scare and made me jump up worse than any horror movie ever could.

    This reminded me of Escape from Alcatraz and Mesrine. I loved Le Samouraï but this here was even better, Melville really is an amazing director.