Favorite films

  • Jurassic Park
  • The Rocketeer
  • Shaun of the Dead
  • While You Were Sleeping

Recent activity

  • Confess, Fletch


  • Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris


  • Vengeance


  • Little Shop of Horrors


Recent reviews

  • Let Them All Talk

    Let Them All Talk


    Wow. How are people not freaking out about this? I’d read about how this movie came to be and I was excited to see it play out - but nobody told me about this interwoven, connected, and thrilling Rubix cube of a movie. And in Soderbergh fashion, it is also stylish and dazzling. I was fixated from the start and held on tight.

  • Palm Springs

    Palm Springs


    Loved it even more the second time. The screenplay is so smart in every way. And Andy Samberg is incredible.

    I just read Ella’s interview with the writer, Andy Siara, who said that he didn’t start with the time loop concept - he began with Palm Springs. Then Nyles. And then Sarah. They became fully fleshed out characters who deeply challenged each other. He let them lead the way and they led to the time loop. So it’s no wonder that it all works so well.

Popular reviews

  • Jack Reacher

    Jack Reacher


    Whether Cruise is breaking arms or traffic laws, Christopher McQuarrie directs the action incredibly well, making it both easy to follow and excitingly visceral. It starts strong, with a gripping opening sequence and a well-written, pulpy interrogation. But the dialog begins to fray as the characters reveal they are merely satellites revolving around their sun. All hail Jack Reacher, our cardboard cutout of a hero who knows everything, sees everything, and loses nothing... because he has nothing - except his…

  • Nomadland



    Nomadland exists at dusk, where the sun relents its judgement and society returns to its spoils. It is cold, but warmly lit. It is exposed, but its dangers are known. It is hidden, but only from those who don't want to see it. It's just passing through, but lovingly held, for a moment, by Chloë Zhao.

    There's a fine line between naturalistic and real and I have no idea where this movie lands. Frances McDormand is transcendent. And the cast…