Favorite films

  • Dog Day Afternoon
  • Chameleon Street
  • Stalker
  • Werckmeister Harmonies

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  • Raging Bull


  • Deep Cover


  • Ivan's Childhood


  • Three Colors: White


Recent reviews

  • Leave Her to Heaven

    Leave Her to Heaven


    If you ever dated a possessive person this film will hit all the levels of familiarity. It’s really spelled out perfectly and Tierney does a strong job portraying it. What really works about the film is the depiction never seems to go over the top, it’s the quiet almost loving nature of her obsession that makes it the most scary. 

    The movie is really strong throughout but it’s final trial sequence doesn’t seem necessary. It’s not the worst thing in the world but same they could have went somewhere less verbose with it. But it’s still a good pic and a great display overall.

  • Neptune Frost

    Neptune Frost

    Nah. Movies with no real politics outside of generalized empowerment quests end up being globs of unspecific malarkey. This movie is all broad strokes and hides behind Afro Futurism so it can’t take responsibility to really have an experience that really challenges the audience rather than make them feel like they did their good deed for the week and seen an African movie.

    Some of the music numbers are cool, and that’s the only time you actually can engage with…

Popular reviews

  • The Last Black Man in San Francisco

    The Last Black Man in San Francisco

    Nah bruh, this ain’t it. 

    This cinematic trend to beautify Black struggle and minimize it narratively to some struggle of “self” rather than a real analysis of how Blackness always gets the short end of the stick by design is a horrible trend. This film attempted to use cinematic tricks and visual aesthetics to cover up for the fact it has nothing real to say about what has happened to Black people in gentrification despite its grandiose title. It hides…

  • The Social Dilemma

    The Social Dilemma


    Let me get this out the way, this doc is absolutely awful. It’s the equivalent of “Say no to drugs” campaign infomercials they had in the ’80s. Alarmist, fear-mongering (as it criticizes fear-mongering) and is built to be a cheap confessional for a bunch of White people who got rich off of social media and are now promoting themselves as ethical tech folks cause suddenly they see the light. Rubbish. I don’t see them giving their fortunes back cause they…