Favorite films

  • Blood Wedding
  • Mur Murs
  • Documenteur
  • Vernon, Florida

Recent activity

  • Eroica

  • Illumination


  • El amor brujo

  • Until the End of the World

Pinned reviews

  • Blue



    Perfection. A deeply intimate and self-reflective film. A truly poetic autobiography. And a prayer on queer death. It’s always great to come back to this one, my favorite from the late Derek Jarman.

  • Quo vadis, Aida?

    Quo vadis, Aida?


    Note: I already wrote a review for this film a few days ago, but I've been given the opportunity to write a review for it for my school's newspaper, The Cooper Point Journal. This is just my working draft, but alas, it's a much better dive into the film, one of my favorites from the past few years and a must-watch.

    Quo Vadis, Aida? is a piercing meditation on the nature of cultural and historical trauma as seen through the…

Recent reviews

  • Illumination



    Good polish cinema. Top notch stuff. Many memorable lines and beautiful scenes. An irreplaceable film and one of the Crown Jewels of the 70s from Eastern Europe in general.

  • Until the End of the World

    Until the End of the World

    Watched completely on silent while I worked and did stuff. Still a hell of an experience and a fun way to watch a movie this big. Even if I barely watched it, I can still say it was a hell of an experience. Reminder: there’s no right way to enjoy film!

Popular reviews

  • Save Ralph

    Save Ralph


    It hurt to watch but it was still great.

  • Dune



    One of the most intense and dare I say epic movie experiences I’ve ever had. I’m very glad that I saw this in IMAX. Effectively the version of Dune that the book needed, although Timothee’s acting and the heavy use of hyper cinematic atmosphere over story left a lot of this feeling pretty dry at times. Dune keeps your eyes on the screen the entire time, and I’m definitely going to see the second part when it comes out. Would recommend.