Favorite films

  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  • The Nice Guys
  • Jurassic Park

Recent activity

  • Happy Death Day

  • Moon Knight

  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

  • Moonlight

Recent reviews

  • Whale Rider

    Whale Rider


    Stunning might be putting it lightly. This journey of this film is incredible, and every single actor gives it their all, making the little community feel so alive that each background character has something going on. In particular, the two dudes who are friends with Paikea's uncle, Rawiri, stand out from the rest. I feel like those are my people if I was in the film, they're totally gung-ho to help him out.

    I think the only thing lacking in…

  • A Separation

    A Separation


    This film is hard to categorize for me. The tragedy style is something I find is hit or miss, and more often than not I leave unsatisfied. This definitely falls on the unsatisfying side of the equation. Everyone's a raging, selfish meany about everything, all the time, there's nobody to root for, and you sort of find yourself just glad it's over so you don't have to watch it any more. That's not to say it's a bad film, technically…

Popular reviews

  • Bill Burr: Paper Tiger

    Bill Burr: Paper Tiger


    Burr is one of my all time favorite stand up comedians. He has an amazing style that I've heard described as uninformed logic that really meshes with my own sense of humor, and he just speaks the truth regardless of the consequence, something that is really refreshing in this day and age. He's known for his yelling on stage, but he cranked it up to 11 for this performance, and actually sent me into conniptions because of it. As a…

  • The Pilgrim's Progress

    The Pilgrim's Progress


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

    Movies like this are always difficult to review in a non-biased manner. From past experience, most "Christian" films are pretty terrible. Naturally, they're trying to get a message across to the audience, but the movie itself is very rarely technically good enough to not have that blatant message interfere with the overall performance. I feel like it was a movie designed for adults, but with a sort of child method of delivery.
    The whole story of The Pilgrims Progress is…