“I remember everything.”
crybaby, film enthusiast, paul dano’s oscar campaign manager

Favorite films

  • The Lobster
  • Boogie Nights
  • Coraline
  • Being John Malkovich

Recent activity

  • Elvis


  • Top Gun: Maverick


  • The Black Phone


  • Jurassic World Dominion


Recent reviews

  • Elvis



    Aside from the gross romanticization of Elvis’s blatant theft of black culture, the stylistic choices paired with the questionable script made the latter half of this movie almost unwatchable. The first half had some potential, but there is a certain point where you realize it’s only going to go downhill.

  • Men



    From the mind behind Ex Machina and Annihilation comes the most convoluted self-righteous film whose theme could be spelled out in less than a sentence to ever exist.

    How disappointing to be excited about a seemingly interesting and unique film about grief, and come out feeling as if you were slapped in the face with an obnoxious yet shallow depiction of toxic masculinity. If all you have to say is “men are bad” and “all men are the same,” then that may be a sign that a full-length film is not the best route to share your thoughts.

Popular reviews

  • Sharp Objects

    Sharp Objects


    “Don’t tell mama.”

    I am just in complete shock at how masterfully Sharp Objects was crafted. The ACTING, the direction, the soundtrack, the pacing, the foreshadowing, the tension-building - every detail had so much attention paid to it. It was terrifying but I couldn’t once look away. It had one of the best endings to ever grace television. It was perfect.

  • Midsommar



    I’m...genuinely at a loss for words. After the credits rolled and I stood up from my seat, I almost had to sit back down again; my legs were shaking and threatening to give out under my weight, and my vision was blurred because of the tears filling my eyes. Ari Aster takes his eager audience fresh off the hype of Hereditary, and throws them into a dizzying and insane trip.

    A darkly comedic break-up film for the ages, with a heartbreaking, powerhouse performance from Florence Pugh. Midsommar is horrifying and deeply, deeply disturbing, but the overall sense of satisfaction I feel has left me giddy.