I enjoy all aspects of cinema and television. From comedy to horror, from documentaries to animation, if it's a good movie, I'll watch it.

Favorite films

  • The Empire Strikes Back
  • A Christmas Story
  • Fargo
  • Toy Story

Recent activity

  • Dune


  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


  • Free Guy


  • Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed


Recent reviews

  • The Ice Road

    The Ice Road


    This is a predictable, old school Liam Neeson actioner with a straight-forward style. Usually that equates to “boring,” but this flick is a strangely comforting piece of entertainment devoid of the angst, twists and trauma of the MCU and their many end credits scenes. With The Ice Road, what you see is what you get and sometimes, that’s all you need.

  • Those Who Wish Me Dead

    Those Who Wish Me Dead


    I was hopeful about Those Who Wish Me Dead’s potential as a popcorn action movie with a non-memorable title.  It had some exciting action sequences buffered by unintentional humor. Ultimately, the feeling of disappointment rained down on me like the flames and ashes of a CG forrest fire.  The uneven pacing, logistics, and questionable choices made by characters were too great to overlook. 

    Jon Bernthal and Medina Senghore say “babe” and “baby” so much, you can make a drinking game out of it.

Popular reviews

  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier


    This is a brief review of the movie followed by a negative review of two guys who sat in front of us at the movie theater:

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a well made action film with character development and heart. We find out more about Captain America and his attempts to acclimate to the modern world as he also tries to come to terms with his past and what he lost and thought he lost. Where as the…

  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)


    The creative and memorable cinematography, direction, screenplay, and performances in Birdman take the audience on a bumpy amusing ride through the dark, claustrophobic passageways of a Broadway theatre as Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) tries to revive his career and self-worth by putting on a show.

    One powerful and electric scene involves Mike (Edward Norton) passionately rehearsing the play with Riggan. Mike effectively improves the play and Riggan's performance by cutting out superfluous sentences. Mike's script/play doctoring is a great example…