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Favorite films

  • The Matador
  • Whiplash
  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
  • Harakiri

Recent activity

  • BlackBerry


  • Kandahar


  • She's Gotta Have It


  • Mysterious Skin


Recent reviews

  • BlackBerry



    "I'm from Waterloo, where the vampires hang out!!"

    Incredible acting and taking a bit of liberty with the real life history of the infamous Canadian brand help make Matt Johnson's biographical comedy 'BlackBerry' yet another surprising rags-to-riches tale of 2023, one in which your typical nerd-driven innovation clashes with the egomaniacal wishes of a co-CEO hellbent on making as much money as humanly possible while destroying those in his path, all with fabulous results.

    As always, it's great to see…

  • Kandahar



    "I just want to go home."

    An attempt to inject real world politics and international tensions into this fictional narrative leaves Ric Roman Waugh's 'Kandahar' feeling half-baked and terribly boring. Classified as an action film, there's not an ounce of it until an hour in, and from there, audiences are treated to 2-3 fairly quick sequences that are over before they know it, none of which are particularly memorable and weren't mostly shown in the few bits of marketing I…

Popular reviews

  • Nobody



    "I hope these assholes like hospital food."

    Bob Odenkirk as a lighter John Wick? Check. A killer soundtrack that totally fits with what's unfolding? Check. Heavy gore blending well with incredible comedic timing? Check.

    Ilya Naishuller's 'Nobody' is a wonderful treat, a great return to the cinemas after not having been in such a long time, and Odenkirk's Hutch Mansell, beyond sporting a damn cool name, makes for one of my favorite action heroes in a long while. He's highly…

  • Amadeus



    "Is talent like that...written on the face?"

    The most spellbinding masterpiece I've seen in a long time, Miloš Forman's 'Amadeus' is a film of scope, magnitude, cunning, told through flashbacks yet enticing in all aspects and during every period of time that's featured. Forman transports viewers to late 18th Century Vienna, a marvelous historical time and one keenly pointed at the impossible genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Tom Hulce), his womanizing and drinking, and the inevitable, years-long plot against him…