matthew Patron

I must go punch that baby.

Favorite films

  • Mildred Pierce
  • Promising Young Woman
  • Black Mirror: Nosedive
  • Poor Things

Recent activity

  • Kimi


  • Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour


  • Tenet


  • Interstellar


Pinned reviews

  • Hundreds of Beavers

    Hundreds of Beavers


    utterly unique and singular, never seen something quite like it. hilarious gags and slapstick humour, great to experience it with a crowd. how do people think of these kind of ideas who bloody knows, but we should thank these people’s creative minds for bringing these incredibly unique experiences and ideas to the screen.

    fuckin funny stuff.

  • Wicked Little Letters

    Wicked Little Letters


    i was definitely the youngest in the theatre by 25-30 years, but that did not stop me from eating up this cunty as film. these foul mouthed ladies just served so much fucking cunt and i was so invested in the film’s story. very engaging performances from the incredible cast, olivia colman is just divine to watch, and jessie buckley is electric and great fun. screenplay of course was divine, filled with beautifully vulgar language and great comedic execution. 

    y’all don’t miss this one when it releases widely. absolutely delicious 💅

Recent reviews

  • Kimi



    no because the way i impulsively dried my hands like zoë kravitz when i sanitised my hands during the movie made me laugh at myself so much.

    more 80-90 minute thrillers set in few locations please, no need for dragging runtimes and forgettable settings for a story like this, just keep it minimal. zoë kravitz as always was stunning.

  • Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

    Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour


    my wish was fulfilled when she began playing exile, causing a loss of my voice and a near collapse.

    biggest serotonin boost EVER‼️

Popular reviews

  • The Swan

    The Swan


    all my thoughts finally clicked after sitting through the credits, and now i’m like “oh shit, now that is a great story”. pretty brutal and dark when you think about it more. presented in typical wes style as per, worked great with a story that’s a bit more complex than wes’ other work. pacing maybe moved just a little too fast for me at times, but i caught up in the end. nice well needed humour spread throughout. 
    the text at…

  • The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar

    The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar


    just wes doing his thing really, no complaints. the cast and set design were divine to watch, an all round visual treat as always from wes. can only imagine how it would look in a theatre.
    paced very well for its runtime i reckon. 

    check it out x