Favorite films

  • Vertigo
  • The Uninvited
  • Laura
  • The Razor's Edge

Recent activity

  • Meet Joe Black


  • Don't Worry Darling


  • Faithfully Yours


  • Fatale


Recent reviews

  • Meet Joe Black

    Meet Joe Black


    Who can fear death when it looks like Brad Pitt?

    World’s longest movie and a remake of Death Takes a Holiday.

    Nothing can beat the TV movie remake with Melvyn Douglas, Myrna Ly, Monte Markham, and Yvette Mimieux. It had a better script and for me, more poignancy.

    However it’s hard to go wrong with Anthony Hopkins and a gorgeous Brad Pitt. The film had good comedy and beautiful music.

    Also I found the ending satisfying.

  • Don't Worry Darling

    Don't Worry Darling


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

    I hate myself for sitting through this.

    This is a real combo of Stepford Wives, Ex-Machina, Matrix - I could go on but forget it.

    Olivia Wilde produced and appears in this film about couples living in a late ‘50s-early ‘60s setting, run by Chris Pine.

    I knew right away this film wasn’t really set in the ‘50s and things were not as they seemed.

    Some decent performances, nice clothes, and Harry Styles dancing.

    The movie was trying to say…

Popular reviews

  • In a Lonely Place

    In a Lonely Place


    Truly one of the great noirs, "In a Lonely Place" was directed by Nicholas Ray and stars Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy, Jeff Donnell and Martha Stewart.

    Bogart plays Dix Steele, a well-known Hollywood screenwriter who is very choosy about what he writes. He's asked to adapt a book, and instead of reading it, he invites the coat-check girl (Stewart) to tell him the story, as she's just finished the book.

    She has a date; she cancels it for…

  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7


    Aaron Sorkin wrote and directed this brilliant film about the trial of the Chicago Seven, which took place In Chicago in 1969-1970.

    The Chicago 7 were Abbie Hoffman (Sacha Baron Cohen), Jerry Rubin (Jeremy Strong), David Dellinger (John Carroll Lynch) , Tom Hayden (Eddie Redmayne), Rennie Davis (Alex Sharp), John Froines (Danny Flaherty), and Lee Weiner (Noah Robbins).

    Actually the seven represented different groups, but no matter, they were all painted with the same brush. At the Democratic Party Convention…