Favorite films

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once
  • The Northman
  • Collateral
  • The Matrix Resurrections

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    ★★★★★

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    ★★★★½

  • The Northman

    ★★★★★

  • The Cursed

    ★★★½

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  • The Tomorrow War

    The Tomorrow War

    ★★★★

    Out of all the movies Paramount sold to Amazon, I would’ve liked to see The Tomorrow War in theaters. It’s a fun ride that has an interesting setup, hectic and surprisingly gory action scenes (especially for a PG-13 movie), and strong performances, with Pratt and Richardson being notable standouts. While the dialogue can be a little clichéd at times (something the film itself even points out), and maybe the movie doesn’t reach the heights of other big-scale alien shoot-em-up epics like…

  • Blown Away

    Blown Away

    ★★★★

    As someone who lives just outside of Boston, it’s always fun to spot all the real places you know seen in the film.

    While it may not reach the same heights of a certain similar-themed action movie (I think it had something to do with a bus), I loved the shit out of Blown Away. Director Stephen Hopkins knows what his audience wants out a film like this; juicy tension with some pretty damn good extreme close-ups during the “bomb scenes”,…

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  • Hard Kill

    Hard Kill

    “Welcome to Chapterhouse.”

    This movie sucks. Should I just end it here?

    I watched this a few months back, and I was going to write a review, but it felt pointless to do so for such a lackluster film. However, since then I changed my mind for multitude of reasons;

    1. The urge all of a sudden came out of nowhere to write this.
    2. Ralphthemoviemaker’s recent review of the film gave me motivation and reminded why I didn’t like…

  • The Queen's Gambit

    The Queen's Gambit

    ★★★★★

    Just finished watching what may be the best tv show of the year. Frank’s writing/direction is tight and intelligent, Taylor-Joy delivers an incredible performance as a chess prodigy coming of age, and the supporting cast is great too. In particular I liked Bill Camp as Beth’s quiet, Mr. Miyagi-type teacher, and Marielle Heller (who proves that she works well on the both sides of the camera) as her hard-drinking yet supportive adopted mother.

    It’s funny, I think I want to play more chess after watching this. ♟