Favorite films

  • There Will Be Blood
  • The Lighthouse
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel
  • Inception

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  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

  • Sweet Smell of Success

    ★★★★

  • Police Story

    ★★★★

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  • Batman

    Batman

    ★★★★

    Matt Reeves wasted no time establishing Catwoman, Riddler, Penguin and Joker during his first Batman film. Next, he can introduce Dick Grayson and transition Selina Kyle from anti hero to villain- perfectly setting up the epic conclusion of his trilogy to be a full remake of this classic!

  • Werewolf by Night

    Werewolf by Night

    Take Newt Scamander, make him a Universal monster, throw him into the Hunger Games and set the whole thing inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sound awesome? You’d be correct!!

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  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles

    Planes, Trains and Automobiles

    This gave me major anxiety about traveling for vacation next week 😂

  • Sweet Smell of Success

    Sweet Smell of Success

    ★★★★

    I’m really surprised to see this film isn’t on Josh and Benny Safdie’s Top 10 list from the Criterion website. The sleazeball characters and manic energy totally reminded me of their work. Any fan of their film Uncut Gems (2019) should definitely seek out this under appreciated treasure! 

    I say this phenomenal film is under appreciated because I can’t find it on a single “best dialogue” film list that a quick google search will find. This is a huge oversight, because Sweet Smell of Success (1957) has hands down the greatest one-liners in the most rapid succession I’ve ever seen.

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  • Barbarian

    Barbarian

    Sad to say I found this a little overhyped, but years down the road, when everyone on Letterboxd isn’t constantly saying this is the most insane thing ever, it will enjoy its well deserved status as a fantastic cult classic midnight movie.

  • Eraserhead

    Eraserhead

    Sometimes I enjoy having watched a film more than I enjoy watching it. I’ll be conflicted by what I saw and end up mulling it over for days or maybe even weeks afterward. Ultimately it’s a fulfilling experience. This is something I’ve noticed doing for years. A review for Eraserhead seems like a good time to bring it up.