• Tenet



    Honestly I don’t care if I didn’t understand some of it, tenet was awesome. One of the best action movies I’ve seen in a long time. Christopher Nolan really can’t make a bad movie lol. I love the mind bending nature of his films. Everything he creates has deep thought behind it, and all you can do is marvel at the craftsmanship. I thought the first half of the film was better than the second half, but it was still terrific all around. Great to be in theaters again as well.

  • Boyhood



    one of the first movies that really got me into cinema. Boyhood is special to me, and beyond that, the dedication to film this movie for so long is super unique. Regardless, this one's near and dear to my heart. Childhood is sacred.

  • The Big Short

    The Big Short


    I'm so tempted to change my rating and say big short is five stars, because it really is special. However I have a major problem saying this is on the same level as wolf of wall street, because it definitely isn't. So I still think 4.5 is fair, but no doubt this film is tremendous. I especially loved the casting choices.

  • Bad Times at the El Royale

    Bad Times at the El Royale


    I'm so borreedd, I'm just gonna pump out reviews of movies I previously saw. Bad times was a really fun movie, I wasn't a fan of the ending and I still don't like it because characters just fly into the movie out of nowhere. But the rest of the film was crafted really well and I liked knowing the background of the characters as the story progressed. Good overall.

  • Black Panther

    Black Panther


    Rest In Peace Chadwick. True legend

  • Kill Bill: Vol. 1

    Kill Bill: Vol. 1


    Honestly Kill Bill 1 is still one of my faves. Don't know why so many people think it's just "good", All the action is literally insane. Also, maybe it made me like anime more. That deserves five stars at least. Snow duel is the best scene IMO. Really hope Quentin makes this a trilogy with a third film. That'd be epic.

  • The Last Dance

    The Last Dance


    It feels like forever since I wrote a review, and I’m totally trying to get back into the groove. Anyway, the last dance is 🔥🔥, it’s my favorite documentary if you want to call it that. Every episode is very captivating. I will say this, you would appreciate it much more if you had prior knowledge on the bulls or if you’re a sports fan In general, if not, you might not like it as much 🤷. On Netflix if you’re interested.

  • Barry Lyndon

    Barry Lyndon


    I have to say that after watching Barry Lyndon, I have to say that Stanley Kubrick is probably the most brilliant filmmaker I’ve seen. I love all the metaphors within his films. Barry Lyndon is another masterpiece. It just shows that you have to appreciate the little things in life that you may take for granted. Such a powerful movie, with so many ways to interpret it just like 2001. I hadn’t seen a really awesome film in a while, and this was a great return to them. The ending was very moving as well. Can’t recommend it enough.

  • Little Women

    Little Women


    I loved little women, but how could you not? It’s so easy to like. The acting was outstanding (of course), and the story is obviously timeless. The ending is so poetic and beautiful. There’s so many great movies from 2019 and this was another one of them, a true pleasure to watch. I Love it now and I’ll love it later. 🎉

  • Dog Day Afternoon

    Dog Day Afternoon


    Dog Day Afternoon is honestly awesome. I thought it was one of the funniest movies I’ve seen in a while, which totally surprised me. This is just another one of those movies that blows my mind because it’s a true story. The acting was obviously great as well. What can I say? It’s a movie that’s impossible to dislike. A perfect blend of comedy, action, and drama.

  • Once Upon a Time in America

    Once Upon a Time in America


    Once upon a time in America is no doubt a masterpiece. Everything about this movie will stick around in my brain for a long long time. It just goes to show how quick your life can fly by. This might be one of the longest films I’ve seen, clocking in at just under 4 hours, but boy is it worth it. Sometimes there are movies where it feels like words don’t justify how good it is, and once upon a time in America is just that. Bravo 👏.

  • Palm Springs

    Palm Springs


    Palm Springs is honestly great. Sometimes it feels good to just kick back and watch something that’s not super heavy content, and Palm Springs is perfect for that. I didn’t think it was the funniest thing in the world, but I had a few laughs. This is honestly the best movie I’ve seen so far this year, and I blame that on COVID, because a bunch of the movie release dates are delayed. Anyway, Hulu hit it out of the park with this one. It’s stupid fun.