Favorite films

  • The Hateful Eight
  • Mary and Max
  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
  • The House That Jack Built

Recent activity

  • Family Business


  • mid90s


  • BEEF


  • Black Adam


Recent reviews

  • Family Business

    Family Business


    Jessie: Aww shit, anybody embarrassed about doing time is a goddamn snob. You do your time nice, don't rat anybody out, never take it in the ass, what's there to be embarrassed about huh?

    This is a movie by Sidney Lumet starring Sean Connery, Dustin Hoffman and Matthew Broderick, so despite of the mixed reviews, I still expected more. 
    The movie follows a family where three generations of men decide to do a heist together. 
    The story does some generic…

  • mid90s



    Fuckshit: Fuck, shit, that was dope.

    This movie is Jonah Hill’s directorial debut and it was great, so I hope he will start directing more stuff.
    The movie follows a 13 old boy in the mid90s, which also was Jonah Hill’s age at the time, though there is no indication that the movie is autobiographical, but he probably made use of some of his own observations from the time. The boy is nice and kind, but his search for friends…

Popular reviews

  • Another Round

    Another Round


    Thomas Vinterberg movies ranked: boxd.it/byt4u

    We Danes like to drink and we are known to be one of the countries that consume the most alcohol per capita. 
    This movie “Druk (Another Round)” shows many sides of the Danish drinking culture and how it affects us. We see alcohol be the cause of fun and self confidence, while we also see it as addicting and hurtful. The alcohol affects all the characters differently and while the movie is a tribute to…

  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)


    “People, they love blood. They love action. Not this talky, depressing, philosophical bullshit.”

    I enjoyed this just as much as the first time I saw it, or maybe even more. This is one my all time favorite movies and if Letterboxd allowed you to showcase five favorite movies, this would definitely be one of my picks. (Edit: after some thought it has made it to my top 4) 
    The movie has a fun and original story about the movie/acting industry…