Favorite films

  • Singin' in the Rain
  • The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
  • The Young Girls of Rochefort
  • All That Jazz

Recent activity

  • Petite Maman


  • The Producers


  • The Batman


  • The Northman


Recent reviews

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Chock-full of interesting ideas, just never develops any of them. We all know billionaires are bad people. Bruce has one brief scene to accept that, and then its undermined and forgotten about in the next scene. Also, MASSIVE waste of Paul Dano and Zoë Kravitz.

    A Batman film that is more mystery than action flick is a great idea. Except the mystery is so easy to solve that viewers are way ahead of Batman and Commissioner Gordon.

    And what an obnoxious, monotonous score. Is the Schubert Ave Maria the only religious piece anyone involved with the film knew?

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    A glorious triumph of style and spectacle over substance!

    My initial thoughts from Twitter:

    If you ever watched KILL BILL or THE HATEFUL 8 and thought, "what this needs is more violence" have I got a film for you.

    Okay, THE NORTHMAN is better than that; it's a very accurate portrayal of Norse mythology and Viking culture where the greatest honor is dying in battle.

    For a story about a culture where might makes right, Eggers certainly shows the destructive…

Popular reviews

  • Pray Away

    Pray Away


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The first time I ever came out to someone was April 21st, 2019. I remember the date because it was Easter Sunday. At the time, it wasn’t a relief. It was such a new experience to admit that out loud that I spent the rest of Easter dinner in a state of anxiety that something horrible would surely happen. (Nothing did.)

    The first time I thought a man was sexually attractive was in high school. I buried that emotion as…

  • Boyhood



    I'm this far behind (two weeks) logging films at Letterboxd, because of Boyhood. I've spent over a week reading positive and negative reviews, trying to pinpoint exactly why the film failed to completely work for me. I liked parts of it - mostly the parts when Mason was a child; but as a whole the film failed to engage me, and I never cared about any of the characters.

    Naturally, I am surprised at my lack of enthusiasm for Boyhood,…