• Chairman of the Board

    Chairman of the Board

    Carrot Top is the absolute fucking worst.

  • The Lonesome

    The Lonesome



  • Deadfall


    The only good thing about this movies is the fantastically manic Nicolas Cage performance.

  • Butterfly


    Not even Orson Welles could save this trash.

  • Chinatown



    An epic mystery movie with beautiful writing, wonderful sets, amazing costume design, incredible cinematography, and a breathtakingly brilliant ending that will haunt your memories. One of the greatest endings in cinema history in one of the best movies of all time. Roman Polanski directs the hell out of this movie allowing it to be suspenseful, exciting, entertaining, interesting and brilliant all at the same time. With Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunway deliver great and memorable performances to make up a perfect movie with a mind blowing twist at the end.

  • Batman



    The best superhero movie ever, with a very dark, gritty representation of Batman, reminiscent of the original comics from the 30's-40's. The portrayal of Gotham as a degenerated, crime-filled, dark, gothic city was way better than the more modern, realistic portrayal in the Dark Knight trilogy.

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    One of the most heartbreaking movies that can still be classified as a comedy. It's the story of a bad breakup, and an invention that erases every memory of a person, and one patient's journey trying to reverse the effects of the operation while inside it. It has some of the most beautiful visuals in film history and the ending scene in the beach house... wow. By far Jim Carrey's best role.

  • Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane


    One of the most influential films of all time. Citizen Kane has been often cited by critics as the "greatest movie ever made" and for a good reason. it has an incredibly potent and meaningful story about human life and it's worth. it's about all the ups and downs in a man's life. it's a character-driven story that shows us how much Charles Foster Kane is all of us yet none of us at the same time. yet the movie…

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey


    The defining work of pure science fiction in film history. This movie knows exactly what it wants to do, and it goes well. It starts with the discovery of the first tool in human evolutionary history, and jumps to mankind's furthest journey through space, all the while following a signal from an artifact found in various periods throughout time. A true masterpiece that is a wonder to look at.

  • Limelight



    Chaplin's finest work. Limelight really brings out plenty of beautiful sadness.

  • Metropolis



    One of the best films to ever grace the silver screen. Metropolis is, in my opinion, only of the only perfect films. It has no flaws. It really doesn't. Everything about it is perfect, and it really mixes your emotions. It's horrifying, tragic, yet so beautiful... I don't get it. How could Fritz Lang create such a beautiful film? We will never know. This film will forever stand the test of time.