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Favorite films

  • Alien
  • Paris, Texas
  • Spider-Man 2
  • The Thing

Recent activity

  • Spiderhead

  • Cha Cha Real Smooth

  • Mad God

  • Martyrs

Recent reviews

  • Spiderhead


    A finely produced movie that contains everything that I don’t like about movies. Excessive soundtrack, dull characters that we don’t care about, a plot that seems to go out of its way to not invest you, humor that falls flat, tonal shifts that are unearned and annoying. It’s all here! Kosinski tries to infuse this material with his slick style but all that did was highlight the issues for me. Spiderhead is one of the most blatant examples of a…

  • Cha Cha Real Smooth

    Cha Cha Real Smooth

    I found this charming and sweet. While I liked Cooper Raiff’s first film Shithouse it had a major flaw that this movie swiftly avoids. To get into specifics would spoil both movies, but I am really excited to see him get better and make more stuff. He has a good handle on creating good supporting roles for him to work off of. With this he let everyone shine, but I thought Dakota Johnson did her best work in this. Loved…

Popular reviews

  • The Lego Batman Movie

    The Lego Batman Movie

    Following up a surprise hit like The Lego Movie isn't an easy task, and yet they succeeded. The Lego Batman Movie is a terrific family film that honors the decades worth of material on the character of Batman. 

    Almost all of Batman's staple side-kicks and villains are in this film, and while not all of them get to shine as much as The Joker it is great to see these classic characters in a fun cinematic playground such as the Lego…

  • Happy Death Day 2U

    Happy Death Day 2U

    As sequels to horror films go Happy Death Day 2U definitely stands out. The horror is a bit more downplayed than it was in the first film, but there is still a lot of sequences that are intense and will play well with audiences. Thankfully the humor from the first film is still very strong and the sequel manages to incorporate some fun science fiction elements for good measure. Our protagonist Tree, played by the delightful Jessica Rothe, is still…