demi adejuyigbe

director, comedian, screenwriter, and then a fourth thing but this one is a joke. big dummy.

Favorite films

  • Hot Rod
  • Ocean's Eleven
  • Lady Bird
  • I, Tonya

Recent activity

  • Prey

  • Nathan for You: Finding Frances


  • Bullet Train

  • Not Okay

Pinned reviews

  • 8:46


    I've actively avoided engaging with so much of the media around George Floyd's death because I find it exhausting and cyclical in a way I can't handle. There's nothing I could read that would give me hope that we won't be doing this again a year from now, there's nothing I could write or watch that wouldn't just feel so familiar and kick in the sense of hopelessness and cynicism that comes around every few months when the world needs…

  • Nomadland



    when they say "money can't buy happiness" it's meant in a very direct and temporary sense, though it's crucially wrong in that money can unlock security and comfort in ways that can make you happy. but it can't buy freedom.

    wealth is nothing more than a mound of dirt. and from atop that mound you can see so much more than you could from the floor. but you can't stand on top of the mound without it slowly eroding below…

Recent reviews

  • Prey


    my only nitpick is that i thought it was crazy when she said “this predator is going down like michael douglas do.” i didn’t even know there was a comanche word for “michael douglas”

  • Nathan for You: Finding Frances

    Nathan for You: Finding Frances


    The scene of Bill on the phone in the car at the end is one of the most devastating and suddenly humanizing moments I’ve ever seen committed to tape. It feels like the moment near the end of Planes, Trains, and Automobiles where you’re forced to reframe a goofball as a person, but you’re watching him realize the inevitable thing you’ve known the entire time. And it’s real. You look in Bill’s eyes and watch him catch up to over…

Popular reviews

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho

    me, a white woman: other kids my age love justin bieber and one direction… but i like real music. elvis presley. dusty springfield. the beantles. i was born in the wrong generation. i wish i was born in the 60s. those were the best years of all time
    the black man i have an inexplicable romance with: oh word?

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    It’s hard to account for recency bias in saying something this definite, and surely someone will want to start a useless argument or hold resentment against the movie because they disagree, but I think this is one of my favorite movies I have ever seen. It’s been a while since I felt that way with something new. But my expectations were high going in and I still thought so 30 minutes in. Then an hour in. Then 2 hours in.…