Favorite films

  • Stand by Me
  • Paris Is Burning
  • Kids
  • Mommy

Recent activity

  • Asteroid City


  • La Chimera


  • Last Summer…


  • The Pot-au-Feu


Recent reviews

  • Asteroid City

    Asteroid City


    “Layered as it is, Asteroid City feels a little more old-school for Anderson: visually arresting but with a grounded, charming, and considered script that confronts themes of parenthood and grief, as well as the transporting power of both stargazing and daydreaming. It is an easy film to love, and his best since The Grand Budapest Hotel.“

    Full review on Vogue.com

  • Strange Way of Life

    Strange Way of Life


    Interviewed Almodovar for this, and he was adamant the film doesn’t bear any resemblance to his ideas for Brokeback, but that the ending did offer a little course correction for the fate of Jack and Ennis, and I like that.

Popular reviews

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    As a queer person, there is an age when sacrifice comes so easily because you've not yet figured out who you are, and so don't know who you need the most.

  • Aftersun



    When your parents are apart, by way of separation, death or any circumstance, I wonder if the way you split your love moves with it. I'm thinking if, before my mother's death, my love for my parents was carved down the middle, 50/50, or if it would change depending on who I was around at the time.

    In Charlotte Wells' Aftersun, Sophie's love for her father weighs so heavily towards him, so doting and special, it's almost as if her…