A movie a night is alright, alright alright

Favorite films

  • Almost Famous
  • Adaptation.
  • The Royal Tenenbaums
  • High Fidelity

Recent activity

  • Paths of Glory


  • Conan the Destroyer


  • The Killing


  • Matewan


Recent reviews

  • Paths of Glory

    Paths of Glory


    “Paths of Glory” is a powerful anti-war picture anchored by an always stern Kirk Douglas. Kubrick’s signature style and keen eye is prevalent throughout as he moves the camera through the trenches one moment before showing us the cowardice of the men in charge as they reason with absurdity and their lack of rationale the next.

    Less satirical than “Strangelove” the two films still share similar threads as the audience is ultimately left pondering the point of such conflicts taking place on the same side.

  • Conan the Destroyer

    Conan the Destroyer


    While a vast decline from its predecessor, “Conan The Destroyer” has a certain campy charm that places it into a class unto itself. What other film can you see Grace Jones spar with Wilt Chamberlain or Arnold take on an uncredited Andre the Giant in full-on monster gear?

    The jokes are bad and although the violence is toned down to achieve a PG rating, “Conan The Destroyer” remains a unique watch in both its grand aesthetic and cinematography from the legendary Jack Cardiff. Cheese of this caliber is almost a delicacy to we lowly film connoisseurs.

Popular reviews

  • The Fabelmans

    The Fabelmans


    This film ranks as one of Speilberg’s best which says a lot considering he’s been making films for fifty years.

  • The Wedding Singer

    The Wedding Singer


    Before a never ending slew of 80’s throwbacks, “The Wedding Singer” showed us just how ridiculous a decade it was. Sandler and Barrymore bring their A-games in this rom-com with a lot of heart and just the right dash of suburban absurdity.

    Chemistry, cameos and a killer soundtrack, keep this one in the top tier of Sandman’s hefty and at times, dubious catalogue.