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Favorite films

  • WALL·E
  • La La Land
  • Her
  • The Before... Collection

Recent activity

  • Monica


  • Wonka

  • Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory


  • Godzilla Minus One


Pinned reviews

  • Oppenheimer



    Oppenheimer shook me to my core. Christopher Nolan's most dialogue-heavy film, his most in-depth character study, but also his most suspenseful film to date. The tension is more stressful than most horror films I've seen.

    Cillian Murphy is extraordinary here, delivering easily his best performance to date. His expressions throughout the film perfectly convey Oppenheimer's torment, hubris, and terror. You feel the weight he carries across the entire 3 hours.

    Much has been said about the tremendous ensemble from Emily…

  • Barbie




    We all knew that Barbie was going to be a blast. We all knew that Greta Gerwig was going to delve deep into what Barbie means to the world. What we didn't know was how much freedom she would have to explore the themes she wanted to tell. And she does it all so beautifully!

    Margot Robbie has never been better. Her portrayal of Barbie is hilarious, innocent, honest, and profound. The more her perception of reality gets warped,…

Recent reviews

  • Monica



    Trace Lysette, holy shit...

  • Wonka


    Wonka can get too chaotic and convoluted for its own good, along with a horrendous running gag that Paddington would disapprove of. However, Timothée Chalamet's delightful charm and Paul King's gentle touch behind the camera carry it through to its tender finish.

    Rating to come after the review embargo lifts.

Popular reviews

  • West Side Story

    West Side Story


    Ay Dios mío, where to begin....

    Okay, so before I let myself go crazy, let's start with the good.

    Janusz Kamiński's cinematography is truly ravishing. Every frame oozes vibrant color and kinetic energy. That, combined with the stunning choreography that lives up to the high bar of the 1961 original, make for some dazzling sights. "The Dance at the Gym" and "America" are the most significant standouts.

    The ensemble overall, with one notable exception, deliver strong performances. David Alvarez, Rita…

  • Logan



    After the first solo Wolverine film being one of the worst superhero films ever made and the second film being moderately entertaining at best, I am beyond ecstatic with how much I loved "Logan." It's a bold, risk-taking superhero film with high stakes, real consequences, and genuine character drama. Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart give the best performances they've ever given in these roles and James Mangold fulfills the promise of delivering the hard-R rated, violent Wolverine film that fans have wanted for so long. This is the best superhero film I've seen in a long time.