Favorite films

  • Top Gun: Maverick
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Big Trouble in Little China

Recent activity

  • Independence Day


  • Transformers


  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull


  • Big Trouble in Little China


Recent reviews

  • Independence Day

    Independence Day


    🛸👽~5th Viewing🚬🛩

    First time watching in a long time. I’m kind of shocked as to how quickly this movie goes and still how long it is. A lot of plot in this movie. Also kind of can’t believe how long it takes Goldblum and Smith took to actually meet. And that probably feels like the thing that kept me from loving it. There’s so many subplots and storylines happening. They do come together in a nice way, but at the…

  • Transformers



    🧊🐝 ~4th Viewing🤖 👓

    Saw it was the 15 year anniversary of this and have been wanting to revisit for the first time since falling in love with movies. The Michael Bay-Isms definitely hinder my enjoyment (especially the comedy) and overall its just an extremely shallow movie especially for its length. But I do find enjoyment in some of his visual style especially for a blockbuster like this. The action is fun. The use of practical effects was great, but…

Popular reviews

  • Mission: Impossible - Fallout

    Mission: Impossible - Fallout


    1 ⭐️ for Henry Cavills Oscar-Worthy Mustache
    1 ⭐️ for Tom’s dangling shattered foot
    1 ⭐️ for the severe carpel tunnel I developed white-knuckling it the entire movie.
    And 1 ⭐️ for each arm Cavill reloaded.

    By my math, that makes 5 ⭐️s

  • The Lizzie McGuire Movie

    The Lizzie McGuire Movie


    -This is an American film classic.
    - This is a foreign film classic 
    - “Sing to me Paolo” is the greatest combination of words ever written and I find myself saying it out of nowhere to this day
    - Lizzie and her trailblazing bitmoji are iconic
    - Gordo is the most loyal friend in cinema history
    - Kate has the greatest redemption arc since Darth Vader
    - Alex Bornstein was robbed of a supporting actress Oscar for Ms. Ungermeyer.
    - “What Dreams Are Made Of” was the song the Beatles spent their whole career trying and failing to write.