Zach Pro

Favorite films

  • Poor Things
  • Challengers
  • All of Us Strangers
  • Dune: Part Two

Recent activity

  • The Talented Mr. Ripley


  • Feast of the Seven Fishes


  • Saltburn


  • The Grinch


Pinned reviews

  • Bottoms



    Get railed, Janice!

    Pure hilarity. Abdomen hurts after all those laughs. Like genuinely. Bottoms is without a doubt instantly iconic (no hyperbole) with its astounding amounts of camp, insanely well casted set of stars, & perfect soundtrack. 

    Long live the Emma Seligman & Rachel Sennott duo please & thank you! Also, screenplay of the year. Little to no competition.

    2023 Ranked

  • Black Christmas

    Black Christmas


    new favorite final girl unlocked! miss girl ain’t scared of no perv mama!

    the fact this is by the same dude who made A Christmas Story…you seriously can’t get two more different movies set around the holidays than this!

Recent reviews

  • The Talented Mr. Ripley

    The Talented Mr. Ripley


    Most excellent addition to this list: Gay Killers

    Never have I felt the numbness of anticipation & dread & admiration & disgust & horror & all-around sense of awe that this last act created within me. I crave that despondency and stillness that this art form can so richly conjure, but only when its quality reaches these rare heights. The feeling is almost otherworldly. And, The Talented Mr. Ripley accomplished that deep thought which stimulates what movies should be. An exercise of human imagination and connectedness, while…

  • Feast of the Seven Fishes

    Feast of the Seven Fishes


    The formula is simple. I see Skyler Gisondo while scrolling for something to watch, I click play. The charisma and electricity is off the charts with him, and wow do the butterflies flutter every time he graces the screen. He can make an exceptional living solely on rom-coms and me going to the theater repeatedly to bump those box office numbers. I’d happily be of service.

Popular reviews

  • Barbie



    It is the best day ever. So was yesterday, and so is tomorrow, and every day from now until forever.

    I have never taken the phrase “I’ll need to sleep on this one” seriously. Sort of just a knee-jerk reaction, initial thoughts spewing from the brain moviegoer. That is, until Barbie. Walking out of the theater last night I knew I adored everything about Barbie. The laughing never stopped. All the dance sequences and perfect quips lingering in my head…

  • Bones and All

    Bones and All


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I was more shocked and appalled that Timothée was a top than any of the cannibalism or even the scene-stealing, straight-up weird as hell Mark Rylance cameos!

    2022 Ranked