• In the Mouth of Madness

    In the Mouth of Madness


    I’m just like Sam Neill, ripping Dunhills and realizing patterns, attempting to evade my own fate, tormented by the horrors. Only difference is that I’m not Australian.

  • Rosemary's Baby

    Rosemary's Baby


    Late to the party. No notes from me

  • Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

    Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation


    feels oddly fragmented but maybe that’s because my mind automatically catalogues every scene into one of two categories: those with Rebecca Ferguson and those without Rebecca Ferguson

  • I Saw the Devil

    I Saw the Devil


    Impressively brutal and incredibly stylish but extremity alone isn’t enough to make up for the fact that this feels like a series of violent acts punctuated by a narrative rather than the inverse. Ultimately feel like I’ve seen more effective iterations of the “man obsessed with hunting the darkness becomes the darkness himself” (Cure, Se7en, Memories of Murder) that didn’t rely entirely on gore to communicate that point.

  • Mistress America

    Mistress America


    I don't know if my ailment has a name. It's just me sitting and staring at the internet or the television for long periods of time, interspersed by trying to not do that and then lying about what I've been doing. And then I'll get so excited about something that the excitement overwhelms me and I can't sleep or do anything and I just am in love with everything but can't figure out how to make myself work in the world.

  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

    Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol


    Kremlin sequence is one of the best in the series and yeah the Burj Khalifa scene is fucking crazy and iconic but honestly… the rest of the time I was fairly bored. this might be my least favorite of the franchise. Sorry..

  • Mission: Impossible III

    Mission: Impossible III


    what if I told you I actually really like this one… what then... Not sure how I’d feel about it if you stripped out PSH but that’s not the movie we’re talking about now is it

  • Resurrection



    This is nothing without Rebecca Hall, which really makes me wonder why she hasn’t had more of a career post-The Town. also British people are fucking crazy.

  • Safe



    Unfortunately think I connected with this more than any movie I’ve ever seen (constantly ill, hypochondriac, beautiful but highly neurotic redhead)

  • Barbie



    from now on will be referring to myself as Irrepressible Thoughts of Death Barbie

  • Oppenheimer



    Much to digest, but the takes I’m seeing that this valorizes the man behind the most atrocious event of human history feel like disingenuous reads. Nor does the word “complicated” seem sufficient. Of course the tortured genius, Promethean mythology is in the foreground and is clearly in many ways a proxy for himself, but Nolan makes no attempt to conceal the horror not just of the event (this much is evident) but of the idea that a moral objective cannot compete…

  • Mission: Impossible II

    Mission: Impossible II


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Imagine the baddest bitch in the world. Now imagine that she injects herself with a deadly virus to keep it away from her ex boyfriend because you made her fall in love by nearly driving her off a cliff and now she has 19 hours and 58 minutes to live