• The Super Snooper

    The Super Snooper


    It as some good jokes, but the blatant sexism is hard to forgive.

  • The Abominable Snow Rabbit

    The Abominable Snow Rabbit


    Daffy and Bugs are such an amazing duo.

  • The Stupor Salesman

    The Stupor Salesman


    The ending is a bit lackluster, but the jokes are pretty good, and there's some nice editing.

  • Dog Day Afternoon

    Dog Day Afternoon


    Man, the acting in this film is so good. Nothing else really stands out, but the acting carried it (especially Al Pacino’s portrayal of Sonny). The phone calls were especially compelling, and Sonny’s slow decline into hysteria makes the tension just keep building and building.

    Retrospectively, I think the runtime is maybe a bit too long, but I was entertained pretty much throughout. The ending is fairly predictable, and the story kind of meanders. But there’s no denying this is a solid film, mainly because of the performances.

  • Shin Godzilla

    Shin Godzilla


    WARNING: There are very minor spoilers in this review, although I think they’re insignificant to the plot.

    I will admit, when I first saw what Godzilla looked like (the first mutation), I almost turned it off. He looked less dumb as he mutated, but the special effects failed to impress me overall. I think it’s the most low-budget sci-fi disaster movie I've ever seen.

    However, the movie ended up really good. The scene where Godzilla first used his laser beam…

  • Stupor Duck

    Stupor Duck


    It has originality, but lacks in the joke department.

  • Oily Hare

    Oily Hare


    Honestly, I just love people being blown up in these cartoons.

  • Transylvania 6-5000

    Transylvania 6-5000


    Not really the most funny one, but the artwork was really beautiful, and the concept was original.

  • Little Shop of Horrors

    Little Shop of Horrors


    That was so much goofier than I thought it would be. I knew it was a comedy, but I didn't expect full-on insanity. The songs were great, the jokes were hilarious, and I really loved the plant. The utter ridiculousness of it all was very fun to watch. But when the film aimed for anything other than comedy, it failed horribly. All the non-comedic characters were kind of irritating (especially Audrey, I absolutely hated her). It's a very shallow film, but a good time.

  • Moon Knight

    Moon Knight


    Well, this show really fluctuated in quality. Some episodes were outright masterpieces, while others weren’t that great.

    The first episode was amazing, one of the best things Marvel has put out since Endgame. While I had absolutely no idea what was going on, my eyes were glued to the screen. The story gave me just enough information to hold on to, but not enough to fully satisfy. I was on the edge of my seat, constantly anticipating something new to…

  • Witness for the Prosecution

    Witness for the Prosecution


    Going into this film, I suspected there would be a huge twist. I could even vaguely predict it about halfway through. And I was correct...but only in part, much to my delight. The end completely blew my mind. All in all, this movie is astounding. The acting is impeccable, the dialogue superb, and Agatha Christie’s story superlative. I guess if I had to nitpick, I'd say things take a while to get going, but interesting characters and good acting kept me sufficiently interested. Seriously, I cannot recommend this film enough.

  • A Pest in the House

    A Pest in the House


    Man, I feel sorry for Elmer in this one. Daffy did everything bad. Whatever, I just love to watch people suffering.