Favorite films

  • GoodFellas
  • Amadeus
  • Sexy Beast
  • Children of Heaven

Recent activity

  • Falling Down


  • Shattered Glass

  • Roman J. Israel, Esq.


  • The Equalizer 3


Recent reviews

  • Falling Down

    Falling Down


    “I’m the bad guy?” 

    In one of the better performances of Michael Douglas’s career, Falling Down is a solid movie I would strongly recommend. Douglas is a man at the end of his rope who goes crazy on anyone who crosses him. This is an all-time Los Angeles film, as Douglas bobs & weaves his entire way through the city as he runs into one conflict after another. Douglas represents so many people going through so much bullshit in LA on…

  • Shattered Glass

    Shattered Glass

    It’s not my style to come on LB and bash a film given that this a website where we come to praise Cinema- but man, this film was terrible. Like how does this have such a high rating from so many critics? 

    This is one of the few films I’ve sene Hayden Christensen perform in outside of Star Wars and just like in Star Wars, he’s utterly terrible. The sole fact a film centers around a Hayden Christensen performance is…

Popular reviews

  • Nope



    In his third feature film Nope, Jordan Peele affirms he is a master storyteller & this generation's Hitchcock. Through deliberate, tactile pieces, Peele brings the fear of darkness to light & does as so many great horror directors before him: slowly pull you in then quickly drag you under. Peele works the audience like few directors I can remember. Then there's Daniel Kaluuya, Peele's ultimate muse. The entire cast, especially Steven Yeun, shine- but Kaluuya continues to show something new with each role. He's so unpredictable & so intense. Another brilliant collaboration between the two. Nope equals WOW.

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    As a masterful, gripping mystery thriller, The Batman smashes our already stout expectations. In the performance of his career, Pattinson is the perfect emo rendition of Bruce Wayne. Reeves displays brilliant direction as he takes audiences through a compact, detailed mystery. And without question, the cast is flawless. Not enough can be said about Zoe Kravitz, John Turturro, Jeffrey Wright, & Collin Farrel, but sorry, Paul Dano. Paul Dano, Paul Dano....and Paul Dano. We're so happy for Dano who, at 37, finally gets his shine in a massive blockbuster. Go see The Batman: it's a definitive comic book hit.