Favorite films

  • Friend of the World
  • Thane of East County
  • 100 Days to Live
  • The Samuel Project

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  • Our Father


  • The Lost City


  • Senior Year


Pinned reviews

  • Leave No Trace

    Leave No Trace


    A beautifully heartfelt film about a father suffering from PTSD and his daughter, who has yet to explore the world we all know. This film plays out something like Pig with Nicolas Cage but less violence and Light of My Life with Casey Affleck but less dystopian. A true drama that helps us understand the choices of others, whom we may not always agree with.

  • Mass



    This drama about grief hits a home run. No other movie has prevented me from pausing, as I did not want to see the progress bar at any point. Most of it didn't even feel like a movie, more like an actual situation. I felt like I was right there, living this moment with all the characters. One of the most REAL films ever made. An actor wrote this stunning debut. Bravo Fran Kranz. Bravo.

Recent reviews

  • Old


    Mixed feelings on this one. What starts out as 'The White Lotus' quickly segues into a 'Cabin in the Woods' scenario but on a beach. This is where the bulk of the film takes place.

    There is an interesting story here but I'm too distracted from all the bad choices with everyone sounding like they've had to resort to ADR for the whole film. Much of the dialogue feels like a script in its first draft. The performance delivery of…

  • Our Father

    Our Father


    I'm on 23andMe and I cannot imagine having a life changing spiral like this come out of no where. Absolutely gut wrenching situation that yanks and yanks. I do hope there is more to hear on this story as it is still ongoing.... and may never end?

Popular reviews

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    An incredible look at just how much great power requires great responsibility. The acting was so, so emotional throughout. The trailer gave hints at what to expect, but I wasn't ready for a lot of it. The villains returning were a nice touch, especially seeing Dafoe cackling and the intimidating Alfred Molina again. We got so much more of Maguire and Garfield than most of us expected. I felt so appreciated to have cameos that were more of supporting characters than bit parts. I was blown away by the performances, the story, the visuals, everything. So refreshing.

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Not quite as good as The Dark Knight as a movie, but much much more like a video game experience or live-action comic book. Hard to not compare Pattinson to previous Batmans. He’s a good mix of Keaton and Bale; Bale talks too much and Keaton is almost mute. The movie started out very good and then really just blew me away in the last hour. Felt a lot like Sin City. Farrell really grasps his character but Dano is…