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🇵🇸 🇵🇸 🇵🇸 Once I dreamed of being a filmmaker. Now I just write reviews of them that no one reads. That's life I guess.

Favorite films

  • Godzilla: Final Wars
  • Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
  • The Last Temptation of Christ
  • O.J.: Made in America

Recent activity

  • The Doom Generation

  • Drive-Away Dolls

  • Asako I & II

  • Sugar Cane Alley

Pinned reviews

  • Shin Ultraman

    Shin Ultraman


    Making Ultraman Great Again

    After 65 years, Ultraman is finally making it in America. But will his far right politics hinder his rise in the US, or help it?

    by Dudley Wordswork

    (Article originally printed in March 2023 issue of Esquire.)

    “I’ve been in this business for 30 years and I’ve never seen anything like this” said Tate Reynolds, owner of the Granada Theater in Hucksfield, Tennessee to me, as I and the other stood outside the theater in pouring…

  • The Mad Executioners

    The Mad Executioners

    The League of Frightened Men in: The Mad Executioners 

    Narrator: Central City USA! Your average American metropolitan city, bustling with life and excitement, as well as containing dangers, both within and without.

    Fortunately, three brave All-American citizens have volunteered themselves to be its guardians: lifelong adventure and man of fortune B. Alto O’Hastings, the brilliant Professor Archimedes Bradbury, and dashing playboy Dick Tashlin.

    Together, these three souls stand between order and chaos, despite all being complete and utter cowards. They…

Recent reviews

  • The Secret of NIMH

    The Secret of NIMH

    It’s hard to be a mom.

  • Journey to the Beginning of Time

    Journey to the Beginning of Time


    The 1950s were the heyday of giant monster movies; well, at least this side of the Iron Curtain. Perhaps the idea of a representation of nature running amuck in man’s civilization went against the idea of a centralized society or whatever, I don’t know I’m not really a politics guy. As always is the case, there were exceptions, such as the three headed dragon that shows up at the climax of Ilya Muromets. But as far as I know, the…

Popular reviews

  • Billy Madison

    Billy Madison


    I would be remiss if I let Women’s History Month pass without talking about my favorite movie directed by a woman, Tamra Davies’ Billy Madison. Now you might assume I’m making some sexist joke, claiming my fav female directed film be a critically reviled crude comedy, but I am being completely serious. Billy Madison is a masterpiece, a comedy far above anything by Chaplin or Tati.

    One thing I don’t think many people understand is that this is a parody…

  • Super Size Me

    Super Size Me

    Me: he ate only McDonalds for a month and got unhealthy and sick? Everyone knows that’s what would happen, what’s the point of this?

    Everyone in 2005: No, no, you don’t understand it’s about more than that.

    Everyone in 2020: Yeah I guess it was pretty pointless wasn’t it?