Favorite films

  • Mud
  • Hero
  • Big Fish
  • Being John Malkovich

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  • Piercing


  • Top Gun


  • Lilo & Stitch


Recent reviews

  • The Man Who Wasn't There

    The Man Who Wasn't There


    I really liked this. I thought the production design and camerawork were both really great here, but at times I did feel like the digital nature camera of the camera used did show, and thankfully I didn’t feel that way often. I was really impressed by how non-cynical this felt despite the dark goings-on, and I wasn’t the hugest fan of how it kinda seemed to get more cynical as it went along. I thought it did a really cool…

  • Malignant



    I really liked this. I liked how the movie studios’ logos transitioned into each other at the very beginning of the movie, and I thought it was a nice small detail to set the movie up with. One detail early on in the movie that kinda bugged me was that Sydney didn’t know her sister was adopted. It felt kinda weird to me and I was hoping for it get explained later on. Thankfully, it was shown how much younger…

Popular reviews

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    I liked this. I thought the cinematography was great in quite a few places, with a number of shots sticking out to me as really cool. For the second and third stories, I had trouble understanding what was going on at the beginning but quickly caught on, and whether or not that was intentional it helped in making the movie a somewhat unique experience. The third story with Jeffrey Wright was probably my favorite, and I thought each story had…

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    I liked this. I thought it had some great production design in terms of both how much I enjoyed looking at it and how well it fit the tone of the movie. I thought the cinematography was awesome and fit well-as-hell with the production design. I was not expecting nearly as many beheadings or naked asses to be in this motion picture and I preferred to the former surprise to the latter personally. I’m pretty impressed by how much detail…