Andy Baughman

Obviously, this text is addressed to those who know Vertigo by heart. But do those who don’t deserve anything at all?


Favorite films

  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence
  • The Joy of Life
  • The Slumber Party Massacre
  • Day Night Day Night

Recent activity

  • When Women Kill

  • Point Break


  • As Above, So Below


  • Mulholland Drive


Recent reviews

  • She's the Man

    She's the Man


    Girlfriends love watching the most stressful movie ever made. Why does her boy voice have aave undertones lol

  • Zoey 102

    Zoey 102

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Did he like murder a wedding guest?

Popular reviews

  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence

    A.I. Artificial Intelligence


    It's my favorite love as a void being filled, love as the equation that cannot be balanced, love often desperate and disgusting in its hopeless helpless depth. It is love as sexual shadow puppets being played with the past, unrequited rituals and roleplaying replacement, selfishness sold as heroism by fairy tales and other fictions that we can't distinguish as untrue because our denial, entitlement, and need will not allow us. It is love as a cage, basically, humans trapped by their endless fascination for backs turned towards them. Are these the wounds of passion?

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The Fred Raskin Show -- either his coming-of-age or QT’s delayed acquiescence to a non-Menke style, this being the first movie after her that doesn’t come with a constant sense of wanting. It’s possible that Sally Menke could have cut something entertaining out of Django or The Hate Fellate (his two worst), but Raskin was all wrong for those ones, weak material lowered to oppression by an incongruous style, Quentin directing like Menke could return from the dead and give…