baby, you are gonna miss that plane.

i’m a writer and an idiot, so i tell you this with supreme confidence: every movie is four stars!

Favorite films

  • Before Sunset
  • Columbus
  • Frances Ha
  • Sunset Boulevard

Recent activity

  • On the Town


  • Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later

  • Garden State


  • What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?


Pinned reviews

  • The Bourne Identity

    The Bourne Identity


    due to numerous rentals at blockbuster with my dad and brothers until we bought the dvd trilogy at best buy, i used to say this was my favorite movie and that matt damon was my favorite actor probably up until i was 17 years old and saw more than 15 movies. returning to it, even when it's doing too much and explaining too little, this trilogy under feels so stylistically consistent and distinct, bleakly tactical but soulful. the jason bourne…

  • High School Musical 3: Senior Year

    High School Musical 3: Senior Year

    found this movie ticket on the ground in my childhood closet — saw this in theaters with my friend kyra and acted like i was, at 14, way too sophisticated to be there. same school year i read all the twilight books as “teen girl research,” purely from a sociological standpoint. absolutely mortified to be a teen girl.

Recent reviews

  • On the Town

    On the Town


    it's a horny city comedy! these dance sequences looked so wonderful, i wish i could think through all my most important ideas via gene kelly dream sequences.

  • Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later

    Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later

    watching wet hot american summer: ten years later five years later

    this one got me! loved the thousand endings bit. bradley cooper is a coward for not participating, but he was probably in deep character study for pissing his pants at the grammys. chris pine i will never understand you and above all else i love that <3

Popular reviews

  • Hairspray



    this is what glee thinks it is

  • Kiki's Delivery Service

    Kiki's Delivery Service


    kiki’s a country witch who re-pots herself in a bustling metropolis. so many beautiful themes and truths of life woven across this gorgeously wrought story. reminds me that living is putting yourself out there, and home is where you make it, even when it’s cold and miserable. people pick each other up because they’ve been low before. so much of pushing yourself across the threshold is learning what puts the wind in your sails. very very nice. 

    people may say it’s slight, but also isn’t life? broad swaths of my life have been just about finding my footing, and i can’t even fly.