• Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce taught me that a life filled with laundry and taxes is heaven if you do them with the ones you love.

    Best film of the year 🤯

  • Minari



    "Minari is Wonderful, Wonderful!"

    It really is! This one hit me deep in the soul hole because it reminded me so much of my own childhood. Both of my immigrant parents married young and struggled to make ends meet. I even remember my sister and I would make a 'Peace flag' using a plastic bag on a stick and we would wave it around whenever our parents would fight.

    Everything about this film is so tender, it feels like one…

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


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

    I have a wild theory about this film.

    Is this movie about toxic suppressed sexuality?

    Pattinson's character was in love with the man that he killed, he's riddled with guilt and grief. Dafoe's character is an older version of Pattinson, hence why they're both called Thomas, they're the same person! The mermaid is symbolic, a cover up for his true sexuality, hence the anger/resentment towards her. The kissing scene between Pattinson and Dafoe could ellude to self love and the…

  • The Witch

    The Witch


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

    Cult + Time = Religion

    The Witch is fucking brilliant. The best horror film I've seen since Under The Shadow! The pacing, the score, the feeling of isolation, the symbolism, the cinematography, the lighting, the performances, everything felt so measured and deliberate yet so natural.

    In my opinion a lot of religion is built on fear and paranoia, the latter being one of the main themes in this film. The power of religious paranoia/superstition drives this film and makes it…

  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


    The Safdie brothers have created a new genre of music for their films. It's called 'Anxiety asshole clenched synth rock'

  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit


    If Moonrise Kingdon had Hitler in it.

  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


    Damn. I need my asshole looked at after this, it was clenched the whole time.

    Insanely brilliant pace with a career defining performance from Sandler.

  • A Bronx Tale

    A Bronx Tale


    "You’re only allowed three great women in your lifetime. They come along like the great fighters, every ten years. Rocky Marciano. Sugar Ray Robinson. Joe Louis. Sometimes you get ’em all at once."

    One of my all time favourite quotes. Incredible movie!

  • The Farewell

    The Farewell


    The scene when they were driving away and Nai Nai was in the rear window really fucked me. Beautiful film.

  • mid90s



    It's like the film 'Kids' but with under developed characters and less plot. The 90s aesthetic and music was beautiful though!

    It gave me 'This Is England' vibes with the main character being taken under the wing of some irresponsible piss heads and noncey teenage girls lol

    It also reminded me of the doc 'Minding The Gap' which is an incredible look into the skating world. Basically this film reminded me of other things that are superior.

  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story


    5 things I've learned from Marriage Story.

    1. I want to get married and write a cute list about my wife.
    2. If I get married I NEVER want to get a divorce.
    3. When it comes to lawyers, you get what you pay for.
    4. Don't let your wife cut your hair because you'll end up looking like Shaggy.
    5. If your child doesn't know your bleeding to death on the floor maybe it's not worth fighting for the little sociopath.

  • Cats



    I choked to death on a furball while watching this. I'm writing this review from hell!

    My 11 year old sister said it was like one long snap chat filter.