Favorite films

  • His Girl Friday
  • I Vitelloni
  • The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
  • Alien

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

  • Night and Fog


  • Swept Away


  • The Band Wagon


Recent reviews

  • Hiroshima Mon Amour

    Hiroshima Mon Amour


    "And you, forgotten, your memories ravaged by all the consternations of two hemispheres, stranded in the Red Cellars of Pali-Kao, without music and without geography, no longer setting out for the hacienda where the roots think of the child and where the wine is finished off with fables from an old almanac. Now that's all over. You'll never see the hacienda. It doesn't exist.

    The hacienda must be built.

    All cities are geological. You can’t take three steps without encountering…

  • Moonfall



    Most fun I've had watching a blockbuster in years. Dumb as fuck but also plays with gigantic scope sci-fi ala Arthur C Clarke. Leans so heavily into it's goofiness and conspiracist trappings that it smashes through the fabled barrier of bad. Great direction and a great understanding of form. The way early scenes are lit to push the noir investigative vibe into the sleek minimalist realms of 3rd act 2001, repurposed for capital-A action. Emmerich had a big vision and it totally worked. Wasn't what I was expecting. Reminded me of Luc Besson's underrated Valerian in sheer sci-fi spectacle.

    Give me Moonfall 2: Fall Harder

Popular reviews

  • Moonrise Kingdom

    Moonrise Kingdom


    Is Moonrise Kingdom a film about true love, or childhood naivety? I’m hoping for the former but I can’t help but think it’s the latter. Anderson has created such a wonderful, charming film delivering a childlike experience of what we perceive to be our first love but has drenched it with adult issues of infidelity, responsibility and grief. The film is at its core a sad film, a tragedy much like every other Anderson joint. Suzie’s parent’s broken relationship and…

  • Foxcatcher



    Normally I would go into a film completely blind, I've always found that this was for the best as it enables you to react more naturally to the events on screen. However, I went into Foxcatcher knowing the basic premise and found that it added so much to my viewing.

    I'm going to say it now, Bennet Miller's Foxcatcher is one of the greatest sports films of all time. I went in with no expectations, I'm not a sports fan…