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Favorite films

  • GoodFellas
  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
  • The Pianist
  • A Walk to Remember

Recent activity

  • Memory


  • The Marksman


  • The Mule


  • Blue Streak


Recent reviews

  • Memory


    It’s not as bad as some people say but it’s definitely not great. Liam Neeson is good in it, there are some good action sequences which are well directed from Martin Campbell and it’s a good looking movie.

    The movie falls flat with a generic story, mostly bad dialogue and nothing much really happens in this movie but overall I was entertained the first hour, then the plot started to lose interest.

  • The Marksman

    The Marksman

    If you've watched any Liam Neeson movie in the last 15 years, you pretty much know what to expect. This covers much of the same ground, with just enough differences to hold your interest.

    Neeson's been getting a little too long in the tooth to convincingly do the pure action movie hero thing any more. The Marksman does a pretty good job of clearing a viable path forward, moving away from the Taken formula. If you've enjoyed his other recent movies, you'll probably like this one.

Popular reviews

  • Zodiac



    Only a few movies I remember, with as much suspense as this one. I think Zodiac is one of the most immersive movies of all time. Sometimes most movies I really like, on second viewing I can detach myself from the story and watch it on a more analytical point of view. And just take in the film craft and I’m thinking about editing and shot composition stuff like that. It’s a movie about an obsessive, directed by an obsessive.

  • Rear Window

    Rear Window


    "I've seen bickering and family quarrels and mysterious trips at night, and knives and saws and ropes, and now since last evening, not a sign of the wife... How do you explain that?!"

    A true masterwork in direction and suspense. Legendary Director Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rear Window', is a stunning display of camera work, performances, tension, and writing. Completely capturing the sensation of voyeurism and life in 1950s urban America. With impressive, lifelike set pieces, uses of lighting, and sound design.… more