Favorite films

  • Good Time
  • Mulholland Drive
  • Blade Runner 2049
  • Hot Fuzz

Recent activity

  • Traces of Death

  • Influencer


  • Mai-chan's Daily Life: The Movie

  • Lindsay Lohan


Recent reviews

  • Traces of Death

    Traces of Death

    Traces of Death, a slideshow of real deaths and surgeries that'll make several squeamish, but the novelty of it all runs very thin. It is odd to see a transition surgery meshed with animal and human deaths, quite tacky.

    There are three more movies, I doubt I'll watch them since it'll be more of the same.

  • Influencer



    'This is 100% my story."

    Unironically, without spoilers, the character that uttered that line is correct, and another character is silly for 'attempting' to take over the former's narrative, lol.

    The long setup of Influencer intrigues more than its payoff, in which the latter isn't bad, just more so treading familiar ground, but it's ultimately still a slickly crafted thriller. Nice cinematography, as it takes advantage of real locations, good score, and solid performances, mainly from Tennant and Nand.

Popular reviews

  • Fresh



    Sometimes, you're glad that you don't know anything about some movies. Fresh is one of them!

    What a pleasant surprise of a dark romance comedy, as Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan are fantastic in their roles, with effective direction from Mimi Cave, and a smartly written script. I really can't say much, because the less you know, the better.

    The title card drop is also one for the history books. I'm talking Climax, Irreversible good!

  • You People

    You People


    You People is the epitome of that one nigga, who thinks is saying some real shit about a trendy topic, but ends up saying not only the obvious, but absolutely nothing of value, and wastes everyone's time.

    I'm talking to YOU, Kenya Barris!

    You may have struck gold with Black-ish, but every other project you've done is almost the same and it's fucking stale!

    Wasting a good cast, especially Eddie Murphy and Julia Louis-Dreyfus with trite, lazy, and predictable material…