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Recent reviews

  • Michael Clayton

    Michael Clayton


    One of the most engaging screenplays I’ve seen in quite a while! God damn, George Clooney’s final scene is impeccable.

  • Just Another Day

    Just Another Day

    I’m on a quest to watch as many short films from “unknown” filmmakers as I can find. I’ve followed Ryan Daniels on Letterboxd for quite a while so when I heard about Just Another Day I knew I had to check it out.

    After just seeing On The Count of Three for the first time, I can’t help but notice some similarities in the themes and tones. 

    From my understanding this was a student film, and (as someone who dropped…

Popular reviews

  • The Batman

    The Batman


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


    The cinematography and lighting were 100% the highlights of this film for me. Truly breathtaking.

    It’s also interesting to see a version of Bruce Wayne that is almost the exact same as his Batman counterpart. I’m not saying the emo, depressed Bruce didn’t work for me, but it certainly was a bit to adjust to since I’m so familiar with seeing Bruce Wayne act as an energetic, charismatic public figure. 

    I’m always a fan of dark, gritty, and depressing stories so this movie was exactly what I wanted it to be. 

    Do I like it more than The Dark Knight??👀 Nahhhh

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    One of the most incredible films I’ve ever had the pleasure of watching. Never in my life have I been in a theater with more consistent laughs, tears, and gasps. This may be dramatic, but I’ve never had a moviegoing experience quite like what I experienced last night with Everything Everywhere All at Once

    EEAAO (I’m going to condense the title of the film since it’s so long) is a monumental piece of filmmaking that sucks us in with it’s…