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  • La La Land

    La La Land



    me: i hate musicals
    la la land: Hello
    me: rat a tat jazzy jazz Tap Tap skado Doodle Do ta-da! rootin tootin BEE BOOP shimmy shimmy SHOOP!

  • American Beauty

    American Beauty



    imagine going over to ricky's house for a dime bag and he's just sitting there watching a video he recorded of a dead cat in a dumpster or something and he senses your presence and says "i watch this every day at exactly 3:41pm. it reminds me that i'm not alone in the world" and then he starts crying and you're just like "ricky... the weed"

  • Patriots Day

    Patriots Day

    josh lewis

    a feature length adaptation of blue lives matter twitter and that one interview article where mark wahlberg said he'd have single-handedly prevented 9/11 had he been on one of the hijacked planes

  • The Social Network

    The Social Network



    me: i should get some sleep i have a lot to do in the morning
    my brain: hey remember when eduardo's shares were diluted down to 0.03%?

  • La La Land

    La La Land



    i literally have not and will not ever see a movie better than this, we really do not deserve movies this good 

    side note i hate seeing movies with old people either coughing a lung or chatting it up like either die or see another movie

  • Silence





    "Those five in the pit are suffering too, just like Jesus, but they don't have your pride. They would never compare themselves to Jesus. Do you have the right to make them suffer? I heard the cries of suffering in this same cell. And I acted."

    I remember it vividly; like a memory still lingering fresh in the mind. It was my first time attending the sacrament of reconciliation, and I was just as nervous as the many other…

  • The Nice Guys

    The Nice Guys



    Me, back in February, directly from my review of "Drive", my opinion on Ryan Gosling:

    "This is my first movie with him, and I can safely say, this has to be one of the most uninteresting actors I think I've ever seen in a motion picture."

    Me now, after seeing "La La Land", "The Big Short", and this:


    I was a fucking idiot nearly a year ago."

  • Star Wars

    Star Wars



    Superheroines shouldn't be allowed to die.

    RIP Carrie Fisher

  • Passengers



    jennifer lawrence is kind of like a john green book. when i first read one of his books i thought he's a great writer but then realised he's not versatile at all and all his stories are the same like how at first i thought jlaw was a good actress but then realised she's the same in every. fucking. role.

  • La La Land

    La La Land



    this cured my depression and brought it back full force in the span of 2 hours

  • Assassin's Creed

    Assassin's Creed



    History, which is foundational to the captivatingly bonkers story of Justin Kurzel’s “Assassin’s Creed,” tells us that this should be a very bad movie. For one thing, this dense, dour, and oft-delayed holiday spectacle is based on a popular series of video games — a grim omen in a year that brought us the likes of “Warcraft” and “Ratchet & Clank.” For another, Kurzel’s moody adaptation is told on a massive scale, budgeted to compete with other franchise monstrosities like “Rogue…

  • Carol


    Brendan Michaels


    Martin Scorsese recently said in an interview, "Cinema is gone." but what I think he meant was, "Cinema is gone because what's the point of making films when Carol exists?" Honestly I need to rewatch Drive because this and Drive are both my #1 at this point. 

    I wish I could write more new and interesting  things about this film but when you watch a film 9 times it's almost impossible to do that.  So here are some thoughts…

  • Hidden Figures

    Hidden Figures

    Katie Boozer


    me before hidden figures : the moon landing is fake 

  • Passengers




    i hate jennifer "im just a regular person" lawrence, chris "playing andy dwyer was the highlight of my career" pratt and hetero "id do crazy shit just so i dont have to die alone" sexuals

  • Passengers




    PASSENGERS ends with an Imagine Dragons song about gravity. I'm not really sure what else needs to be said.

    (okay, one more thing… an errant thought i had watching this watered down spectacle, which has been scientifically smoothed down for the lowest common denominator: the difference between studio films and indie films is significantly greater than the difference between film and television).

    (okay okay, one MORE thing:

    Chris Pratt: "i just wanted to give you some space."

    Jennifer Lawrence: "SPACE is the *last* thing i need!"

    end scene.)

  • La La Land

    La La Land



    i don't care what anyone - including the director - says, this movie is only about one thing: the soft spot you'll always have for the first obnoxious dumbass you fell in love with

  • Arrival




    A deeply meditative, philosophical & introspective sci-fi that's more interested in contemplating the human nature than the fantasy elements of its genre, Arrival is one of the most intelligent sci-fi films released in recent years, and arguably the most thematically dense in ages. Cleverly crafted, firmly grounded & deftly layered with intricate themes, it may give the impression of a sci-fi blockbuster with an alien invasion concept but is actually a far better & much more involving cinema that has a lot to…

  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Todd Gaines


    Rogue One had one mission: To tell a vital story in the Star Wars Cinematic Universe. Mission accomplished!

    While The Force Awakens catered to fanboys and the all important toy sales; Rogue One, well, goes rogue. Yes, we have a few familiar faces. Yes, there's mad homage to future events in New Hope. But, it's not obvious, and it doesn't get in the way of developing the main characters in Rogue One. 

    Speaking of characters. Finally, Donnie Yen has entered…