Favorite films

  • Jackass Number Two
  • The Boat
  • The Godfather: Part II
  • Stop Making Sense

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  • Scarborough Ahoy!


  • As We Hold Hands


  • The Package


  • Friday the 13th


Pinned reviews

  • Jackass Forever

    Jackass Forever


    not even gonna apologize for being emotional over a jackass movie. it's like if you get it you get it if you don't you don't. the whole series is perfect in my heart, but there are reasons why this is the first one i'm rating 5 stars

    watching these guys all grown up and healthy and caring about eachother more than ever before is so special, it's like bottled joy. everyone is ecstatic to be on set which is super…

  • Tomboy



    i'm purposefully not going to post a highly emotional, detailed retrospective on my own childhood on letterboxd, at least not tonight. however, tomboy resonated with me more than maybe any film ever has, especially one on childhood, and i do have to say a few words

    honestly, i don't spend a lot of time thinking back on my own adolescence. i have a terrible habit of remembering more of the bad or embarrassing things that have happened to me than…

Recent reviews

  • Scarborough Ahoy!

    Scarborough Ahoy!


    who among us hasn't been involved in a heartbreaking friendship where you're both a bit in love with eachother but you aren't communicating it or things aren't lining up quite right but it's okay because it's all confusingly lgbt and you almost screw once while wearing cable-knit sweaters?

  • As We Hold Hands

    As We Hold Hands


    awoooo the coloring and creative usage of vignettes in certain shots HOWLING this is so beautiful looking


Popular reviews

  • Dog Day Afternoon

    Dog Day Afternoon


    sidney lumet in the mid 70's was making some of the best commentaries on mass media and the way the public interacts with it (particularly in the context of seeing current events unfold on the news in real time) before it was cool. and that's just one out of a plethora of issues that dog day afternoon touches on, all without ever feeling bloated or forced

    in my opinion, lumet also knew how to use al pacino better than almost…

  • Moonrise Kingdom

    Moonrise Kingdom


    going into a wes anderson movie expecting something more than a wes anderson movie is like going into an upscale restaurant expecting to leave with a full belly. you're not paying for a large, filling meal, you're paying for the ambience, service, and to be able to say that you've been there. but sometimes i'm just hungry

    anderson can get pretty convoluted and bizarre with his plots, so i appreciated the simplicity of moonrise kingdom's story. it was uncomplicated, fun,…