Favorite films

  • Porco Rosso
  • Lake Mungo
  • Sea of Love
  • California Split

Recent activity

  • Dreadnaught


  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show


  • The Stepfather


  • Trick or Treat


Recent reviews

  • Dreadnaught



    A man does laundry kung fu to stop a serial killer. Absolutely essential.

  • The Tomorrow War

    The Tomorrow War


    Has a surprising amount of resonant undercurrents--climate catastrophe, government inaction, selfish boomer parents--but remains a bloated, mostly inert piece of storytelling. So easy to see how the script becomes just a jumble of influences and scraps of other peoples' scripts, mainly Edge of Tomorrow, World War Z, Alien(s), and a dash of The Thing.

    It's obvious how pointed this is about climate change--the 30 year time jump ahead to the future coincides with the much cited number of years before…

Popular reviews

  • Obit


    I was the assistant editor on this film so obviously not gonna review or rank it. The Tribeca premiere was a blast though.

    I really hope you all get the chance to see the film however, we put a lot of hard work into it!

  • Heat



    In the films of Michael Mann, everyone is dead. They walk through the world defying death just long enough to chase what they're after. They're professionals who do what they do well, so well that any other life, no matter how tempting, simply can't suffice. Perhaps they're people like us, maybe only more principled, with more at stake. But in the cinema of Mann the thing that unites everyone is death, the light in the distance that reminds us we…