Favorite films

  • Superman
  • The Princess Bride
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein

Recent activity

  • Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh


  • Garfield's Halloween Adventure


  • Trick or Treat


  • The Magic Mummy


Recent reviews

  • The Pig Who Cried Werewolf

    The Pig Who Cried Werewolf


    They legit made a remake of Rear Window in the Shrekiverse.

    I don't object to this.

  • Babylon 5: The Road Home

    Babylon 5: The Road Home


    A wonderful coda to the Babylon 5 saga. It gives us a chance to look across the history of the world J. Michael Straczynski created, allowed us to reunite with some old friends, and in the end even gave us a glimpse of hope for the future of Babylon 5. Very much worth waiting for.

Popular reviews

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Spider-Man: Homecoming


    NO SPOILERS: This isn't exactly your father's Spider-Man. He's still funny, and he's still smart. He's agile and energetic, and Tom Holland is clearly having fun in the role. But this is part of the MCU, so his motivations have been tweaked accordingly. Unlike Spider-Man in the previous movies or the earlier days of the comics, this is a kid who grew up in a world where Iron Man and the Avengers exist, and his attitudes reflect that. But he…

  • The Death and Return of Superman

    The Death and Return of Superman


    2018 Superhero Rewatch: In which I return to superhero movies I've seen before to see how time has treated them.

    This film lost me in the first ten seconds. Max Landis's thesis that nothing is interesting about Superman is the typical battle cry of the pretentious and the unimaginative. This comes from the "I'm too cool for this so I'll just crap on it" brand of storytelling. I'm kind of over "irony" as entertainment.