Favorite films

Recent activity

All

Recent reviews

More
  • Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel

    Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel

    ★★★½

    Joe Beringer is responsible for, what is in my opinion, the greatest crime documentary of all time - Paradise Lost. I was pretty nervous then when a vast majority of the series played out like an episode of 48 hours, no offense to 48 hours. He redeems it in the end though. Oh and don’t stay at this hotel. The sheets are definitely not Egyptian Cotten.

  • The Big Chill

    The Big Chill

    ★★★★

    This looses a half star because the husband sharing bit officially, on this rewatch, creeps me the fuck out. The idea is creepy, the execution is like chewing cloth and the fallout makes about as much sense as a three headed toad singing Jeremiah was a bullfrog...wait...that kind of does make sense, except for the three headed bit. The day after. in regards to this films climax (pun intended), does not. Perhaps if the bunny boiler would have joined the “fun” this plot twist might of held water.

Popular reviews

More
  • Malcolm & Marie

    Malcolm & Marie

    ★★★★★

    Writer /Director Sam Levinson's previous work left me on a bit of an island, opinion wise. I appreciated Euphoria and Assassination Nation. I liked the big swings but wasn't sure if they really connected. After watching this film however, I realize they absolutely did.

    I loved this film.

    It's a more intimate My Dinner With Andre, featuring two of the most dynamic young actors working today. The premise is simple - A man and woman return home after attending the…

  • Nomadland

    Nomadland

    ★★★★★

    Writer/ Director Chloe Zhao is a visionary. She is one of the best in her field with only, after this masterwork, three films under her belt. Her ability to see the world and translate its subtle miracles into moving pictures is incredible. In many ways she reminds me of Terrence Malik but with a stronger narrative structure.  Her cinematography is good but Roger Deakins she is not. That might seem like a weird pivot but hear me out. You can…