Favorite films

  • Inland Empire
  • Mulholland Drive
  • Barry Lyndon
  • Apocalypse Now

Recent activity

  • Catch That Kid


  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles


  • When Marnie Was There


  • Lawrence of Arabia


Pinned reviews

  • Rachel Getting Married

    Rachel Getting Married


    Ive never seen a film that is more authentic. 

    Never. Before. In. My. Life.
    This is some of the best directing ive ever seen. The “handheld/shaky cam” footage is annoying at first, but later in the film you can see just how much it adds to the realism. And wow, is this film real. Its...surreal. I dont know how this movie exists. An A-List actress in Anne Hathaway (who gives a phenomenal performance btw), a couple other C-list stars (who…

  • Paths of Glory

    Paths of Glory


    Easily Top 3 Kubrick. I hate sayin that movies are “ahead of its time”, because its so cliché, but jeez, this movie came out in 1957. So many movies from that period get overrated just because they’re old, but Paths is ridiculously underrated. The story is simple, but complex enough to allow the characters to shine individually. Each character is vital to the story, and the main theme of the film: Life and Death. What does it mean to Die, and why…

Recent reviews

  • Catch That Kid

    Catch That Kid


    The perfect amount of Sky High horse s💩t to make an early 2000s family movie entertaining.

    Nothing in this movie makes any sense at all, but idc because I dont want it to.


  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles

    Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles


    I dont know if this is the “BEST” movie of all time

    But it definitely deserves to be mentioned amongst them. Absolutely fascinating how this 3+ hour movie manages to keep my attention with so many seemingly mundane things. Also its hilarious to see all the reviews of people who were bored and hated it. 


Popular reviews

  • The Matrix

    The Matrix


    Its a good movie.

    I mean, yea there are a lot of plot holes and hammered down philosophical points made here, but how many action movies can you name where you actually get to see the ******* action? Ill take it. 

    good action movie 8/10

  • Videodrome



    This is the most “forward thinking” American movie of all time.

    I have no idea how Cronenburg generated the themes behind this film. Media in the 80s (especially TV) had no where near the graphic content as it does today, and i could imagine that its counter effects were also minimized in comparison. Got a Great performance by James Woods, excellent pacing, and sub-90 minute runtime, and this is one of the best movies of the decade for sure