• The Northman

    The Northman

    ★★½

    BOOOOOOOOORING until Anya Taylor-Joy blesses the screen. All the psychedelic scenes are so boring and the end is honestly so underwhelming. Sorry Eggers, stick to The Lighthouse.

  • Ocean's Eleven

    Ocean's Eleven

    ★★★★★

    Rusty eats so much food in the movie

  • Red's Dream

    Red's Dream

    ★★★

    Clear improvement here. Music, title, and atmosphere help the plot a lot. Animation was still a bit choppy, but it's going to be very difficult giving this a 6 because I have so much nostalgia for these shorts.

  • The Adventures of André and Wally B.

    The Adventures of André and Wally B.

    ★½

    Best 3/10 on the list. Simple, charming, and overall a banger with the end credit music. Clear how good Pixar was going to be.

  • Ambulance

    Ambulance

    I thought Michael Bay movies being ridiculous was a stereotype, but no, no it's true. Jesus this movie made me so happy to see credits.

    Yeah yeah not much to say. YOU TOOK THE PLANNING OUT OF THE HEIST MOVIE! You got rid of the best part, and I thought I was late to the screening when the heist begins like 20 minutes into the movie. No time to flesh out the motives or what a successful run would've looked…

  • Trainspotting

    Trainspotting

    ★★★★

    I had to take a break during this film because this movie is raw, dude. If you told me the screenplay was written by a heroin addict and was an autobiography, I'd believe you. The first half of this movie could've been a documentary for all I know. I might get crucified for not saying it's perfect, but it was certainly great.

    All the bit parts are exactly what they should've been, either exasperatingly exaggerated or a depressing showcase of…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    ★★★★½

    This movie was a roller coaster in both A) what I thought I would rate it and B) how good it was. Beginning 30 mins? Pretty slow and boring. Then we get one of the most clever comedy-action movies, paralleled only by (ironically) films by like Jackie Chan and stuff (Was that offensive?). Then it ends on such an inconsistent and annoying tone that I walked out of the movie wishing they hadn't made those mistakes, and that is a…

  • The Social Network

    The Social Network

    ★★★★★

    I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    HOW DO YOU NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE AND NOT THINK THAT IT IS THE BEST MOVIE TO EVER BE MADE!!!!!!!!!

    IF THIS MOVIE HAS 1 MILLION FANS, I'M ONE OF THEM. IF THIS MOVIE HAS ONE FAN, THEN IT IS ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    SHUT UP AND GO WATCH THIS NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Molly's Game

    Molly's Game

    ★★★½

    So far I have seen 2 of the Sorkin directed films, and both of them are great of course, but I am missing that key piece that is so heavily embedded into West Wing and The Social Network. Gonna keep it short because not much needs to be said, this is a straight-shot film interlaced with flashbacks and flashforwards. That being said, I was never lost in where we were, but the protagonist's intense demand to be in the right…

  • Magnum Force

    Magnum Force

    ★★★½

    I think most people consider this one on the same level as the first film, and while it still does a good job and accomplishes what it sets out to do, some of the formula here just doesn't work again.

    OK to get this off my chest, THIS IS THE SAME FILM AS BEFORE. Random scene where there are multiple robbers? Yes. Climax taking place in some deserted location by water? Yes. Random one off scenes portraying either comedy or…

  • Dirty Harry

    Dirty Harry

    ★★★★½

    Probably the best Clint Eastwood film, and in my opinion one of the best anti-hero movies of all time. Funniest part about this is the fact that Lalo Schifrin's music credit is more focused than the executive producers.

    This movie does everything right. The only character who takes me out of this is the lieutenant, who is just waiting for his cue and gives off a mid performance. Eastwood and the rest of the "I've never seen them in anything…

  • Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

    Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

    ★½

    I never put too much pressure on animated movies, especially straight-to-DVD ones like this, but overall this movie was a good example of why I don't enjoy the genre.

    The iconic animated Batman voice is here, and it really fits well. I especially like him and Mark Hamill's Joker in the same scene, it makes it difficult on who to pay attention to. But besides that, the Phantasm (I guess that's the name of the villain) was not someone who…