Favorite films

  • Arrival
  • Blade Runner 2049
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

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Recent reviews

  • RRR



    This movie might literally have everything. I have no idea how to talk about a movie like this, but I'll do my best to describe it.

    Take the melodrama of Shakespeare, add in the violence and slow-mo of Zach Snyder (but more fun and with more blood), the outrageousness of several Fast & Furious movies combined, two Captain Americas, some pretty serious and brutal historical colonialism, the most over-the-top villains you've ever seen, the no.1 dance number of the year, and…

  • The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections


    Some strong messages, let down by uninspired action sequences.

    I really liked the new Architect responding to the rigid Modernist world of the original Architect with Postmodernism, "feelings over facts". This is combined later with the Architect's belief that most "sheeple" aren't interested in the complexities of the real world, and instead what the "certainties" provided by the Matrix, where "anxieties can be soothed by nostalgia". The movie is certainly soaked in nostalgia, including literal clips from the originals, but…

Popular reviews

  • Moon Knight

    Moon Knight


    A couple of strong episodes (2 and 5 were my favourite), but otherwise a bit meh. Lots of scenes that didn't really need to be there, and just added bloat to an otherwise solid core.

    Oscar Isaac did a fantastic job acting against himself. I didn't realize until afterwards that episode 5 was almost entirely him talking to himself, that's how good he was. Ethan Hawke was similarly amazing. I hope we see more of him, even if it's just…

  • Solaris



    A bit of a mess, and a slow one at that. The first "big question" isn't posed until two-thirds of the way through the movie, but it rings hollow, and the writers confirm it by asking another "big question" 15 minutes later.

    There was potential here. The set design is fantastic, with an Earth that oozes Bladerunner vibes, and a score that reminds me of Hans Zimmer's yet-to-exist Interstellar. Yet for such a small cast, and how long we linger…