• Exam



    It’s ok movie with an even ok-er ending.

  • Coherence



    Once again I decided to watch a movie at midnight that I found when googling “mind bending movies”. It definitely didn’t disappoint, but could they have at least gotten a better camera?

  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko


    “Everybody dies alone.”

    Donnie Darko (2001) is my favorite movie. 

    While I am one who’s perception of a movie can change in an instant by the ending (which I’ll talk about later), this movie is so much more than that.

    The opening scene alone is beautiful, showing the mountains of West Virginia. The minimalist soundtrack has a somber piano playing, as we see our titular character lies in the road. As he looks out, the piano changes, with the perfect…

  • Invasion of the Body Snatchers

    Invasion of the Body Snatchers


    Wasn’t on board 100% of the time, but it gets better as it goes on. Watched it on 1.5x speed. The friend who recommended me this told me the ending is amazing, so I put it back to normal, and turned my volume up, since the audio was hard to hear. You can guess my surprise in that last scene....

  • The Cay

    The Cay


    Wait a minute. That was JAMES EARL JONES?!?!?!

  • Pay It Forward

    Pay It Forward


    I would give this four stars, but those last 15 minutes is one of the WORST endings ever.

  • Soul Surfer

    Soul Surfer


    Yeah it’s a true story, but meh

  • The Blind Side

    The Blind Side


    One of the many movies I had to watch in Health class. Forgettable.

  • Strangers on a Train

    Strangers on a Train


    My first Hitchcock! I absolutely loved it. The actor for Guy was a bit flat, but it was amazing! That carousel scene at the end was fantastic. Here’s to more, Sir Hitchcock!

  • Casino Royale

    Casino Royale


    First Bond movie. Here’s to many more.

  • The NeverEnding Story

    The NeverEnding Story


    Watched it when I was younger. Then I decided to rewatch it but could only make it though 15 minutes before I stopped watching. Just watched the incomprehensible last scene (Call my name! MOONCHIIILLLLLLDDDDD), and realized how utterly weird this movie is.

  • The Prestige

    The Prestige


    You’re not looking for the trick, because you want to be fooled.

    This movie amazed me the second time on how simple it is, and yet it’s harsh look on life. The commentary that Caldwell gives at the end is so depressing.

    That last shot though. That still sends shivers.