Weeb in denial, Bi
Time's Person of the Year 2006 & Fanfic Writer
Favorite Director: Edgar Wright

Favorite films

  • Synecdoche, New York
  • Kill Bill: Vol. 1
  • The Piano Teacher
  • Baby Driver

Recent activity

  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?


  • Cool Runnings


  • To Live and Die in L.A.


  • Dog Day Afternoon


Pinned reviews

  • Mad Dog Time

    Mad Dog Time


    One of the movies of all time. Probably has some of the best/worst dialogue ive ever heard including this exchange which had me dead:
    "Did you say anything to me in the last 5 days that wasn't Bullshit?"
    "No, it was all bullshit"
    "Oh, Bull shit."
    "Yeah, except for when I said I was glad we were together, that wasn't Bullshit"
    "Yeah, Bull shit that wasn't Bullshit."
    *they start making out*

    If that dialogue felt egregious or even repetitive, guess…

  • Twilight



    Too much fun.
    Half-ironic, Half-unironic, 100% amazing. The performances are what really make it pop. Kristen Stewart is admittedly awful, reading every line like an annoyed robot, but Robert Pattinson counters this by giving 1000% into his lines making it always hilarious. ("What if I am the bad guy" "Its like a drug to me, you're like my personal brand of heroin" both had me rolling)

    What elevates it even more is the story structure and pace. I didn't think…

Recent reviews

  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?


    This is like if Vladimir and Estragon from Waiting for Godot were dating and met a normal couple. Only to terrify them.

    If A Woman Under the Influence is a film about two people who don't speak the same language but are deeply in love regardless, this is the opposite.

    They speak in riddles, jokes and lies only they can decode. Using the other couple as pawns in their big game. They don't really love each other, they just hate…

  • 3 Women

    3 Women


    who am i

    am i even real

Popular reviews

  • Magnolia



    "It's just no good anymore since you went away."

    This is probably my favorite or one of my favorite movies ever. I think everyhing about it is perfect. Ive probably watched the intro over a dozen times. Just the way the narrator's voice sounds then the sudden cut to Aimee Mann's Beutiful rendition of One is the loneliest number is perfect.

    The way this movie constantly juggles between the 5-7 stories and makes it clear their relationships to eachother…

  • Synecdoche, New York

    Synecdoche, New York


    This is the 3rd time I've watched this movie in the past month. Charlie Kaufman movies, (especially this one and I'm Thinking of Ending Things) have become comfort watches for me. idk what that says about me.