disneydreamdiary has written 27 reviews for films with no rating.

  • The Scary of Sixty-First

    The Scary of Sixty-First

    Ritual abuse and snuff filmmaking are two of those things where it's basically impossible to tell if anyone actually cares about them or takes them seriously. Any media that actually broach them as a subject like Eyes Wide Shut or Videodrome also lampshade them to such a degree as to basically gaslight the audience, potentially because Hollywood is founded in part upon such abuses, or because they're rarer than moral panic would suppose. Even in case they're as widespread as…

  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2
  • The Promised Neverland

    The Promised Neverland

    Maybe the real Promised Neverland was the satisfying conclusion we forgot to write along the way.

  • My Octopus Teacher

    My Octopus Teacher

    Documentarian: develops relationship with non-human intelligence that isn't predicated by ownership, captivity, consumption or exploitation.


    Audiences: So do they fuck?

  • Kiss Him, Not Me

    Kiss Him, Not Me

    Star Wars: Self-insert as a guy who cannot even get a girlfriend after saving the entire galaxy.

    Watashi ga Motete Dōsunda: Self-insert as a girl with four boyfriends and one girlfriend.

    Which way, western man?

  • Southland Tales

    Southland Tales

    Missed connection:

    Left a drunk shitposty comment on some lad's review for this last night and when I came back today his account was gone so lad if you read this please come back you seemed cool.

  • Weathering with You

    Weathering with You

    Your Name was a perfect or near-perfect film in my estimation because it was perfectly structured. It showed you how to respond and relate to its world by establishing its internal rules from frame one. By the time anything that could be considered deus ex machina occurred, the film had already married dream logic to that of waking life. The magic was subtle, limited, private and personal.

    In contrast, the magical realism of Weathering with You is totally obvious to…

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    I know it's cool to hate on these movies now so in the spirit of Christmas I will say in this one's favor that it was an incredibly pleasant surprise when about 90 minutes in I turned off my PS3 and never finished it.

  • Playmobil: The Movie

    Playmobil: The Movie

    You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.

  • KonoSuba: God's Blessing on this Wonderful World! Legend of Crimson
  • Ford v Ferrari

    Ford v Ferrari

    A few screenplay ideas I've got on the backburner let me know what you guys think:

    Mac v PC
    Coke v Pepsi
    Nike v Reebok
    Xbox v Playstation
    Disney v Fleischer
    Star Wars v Star Trek
    Pokemon v Digimon
    Backstreet Boys v *NSYNC
    4chan v Reddit
    Superman v Goku
    Pro-Skub v Anti-Skub
    Boobs v Butt
    Ladies v Butlers
    Pirates v Ninjas
    Marvel v Capcom
    Ballistic: Ecks v Sever 2
    What You See v What She Sees
    Player 1 v Fighting Polygon Team
    Alien v Predator v Freddy v Jason v King Kong v Godzilla
    Grudgematch: Man v Society v Nature v Machine v God v Himself

  • Promare


    Does for flaming homosexuality what Dead Leaves did for recursive jailbreak fairytales, Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann did for coital cave allegories, Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt did for striptease angelology, Kill la Kill did for uterine midriff vengeance and Trigger's last decent output, Space Patrol Luluco, did for a maiden's pure heart.

    That's not to say Promare is as good, or at least as inspired as any of them. The character designs are a bit bland compared to those featured in…