Favorite films

  • Before Sunset
  • Black Swan
  • La Haine
  • Little Women

Recent activity

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

  • The Northman

  • Okja

  • Conversations with Friends

Pinned reviews

  • The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window

    sam wilson, john walker, and lois lane walk into a bar…

  • 1917


    I had the pleasure of going into this without seeing more than 30 seconds of footage from the film, and I'm very glad by my decision to steer clear of anything related to it.

    I watched the Golden Globes and saw 1917 and Sam Mendes win multiple awards and thought to myself, how is it possible for this movie to be that good that it'd beat the other nominees?
    Well, now I know. It just is that good. It's... perfect.…

Recent reviews

  • Conversations with Friends

    Conversations with Friends

    i’m loving these sally rooney adaptations. “normal people” was incredible. “conversations with friends” is excellent. “beautiful world, where are you” is going to be brilliant.

    joe alwyn & alison oliver are stars + the phoebe bridgers needle drop is very satisfying.

  • Moon Knight

    Moon Knight

    First 4 episodes.

    Moon Knight feels like it’s set in an entirely different world. It’s refreshing to watch a marvel title that doesn’t rely on shock value or MCU relevancy. 

    Oscar Isaac perfectly balances multiple characters & Ethan Hawke’s presence in each scene is powerful. Issues lie within its production value, as is common with the MCU.

    Episode 3 is tedious, but stick around for 4 — that ending floored me. Very curious about the final 2 episodes.

Popular reviews

  • Friends: The Reunion

    Friends: The Reunion

    underwhelming, to say the least. there was a lot of potential, especially for a show of this calibre. some wholesome moments but far too much time was wasted. 

    i’m on my 4th watch of the show right now. i love it so so much and i love these people. i’m thankful to warner for getting them together again but disappointed by the thought of what could have been.

  • Scenes from a Marriage

    Scenes from a Marriage

    All 5 scenes. 

    What I found most intriguing about this is that each episode begins with Oscar/Jessica preparing for a scene. It immediately tells us that this is an analysis of the actors, not the characters. It writes in bold letters: this is an act, a play, a performance. 

    However, the brilliance of this unconventional introduction is that you need not be indulged for longer than 5 minutes to forget all about the act. Oscar, Jessica… they’re forgotten. You’re watching…