Nicholas Jensen

Filmmaker at SCAD Atlanta 

JUNK FOOD coming soon

Favorite films

  • Apocalypse Now
  • Safe
  • The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
  • Phantom of the Paradise

Recent activity

  • Allen v. Farrow

  • Permanent Vacation


  • Ted


  • Picnic at Hanging Rock


Recent reviews


Popular reviews

  • Pauly Shore Is Dead

    Pauly Shore Is Dead


    Bizzare, muddled, unconventional, crass, offensive, dark, decisive, yet somehow self-deprecating and simultaneously vein, Pauly Shore is Dead is the type of movie that comes along once in a lifetime, it's impossible to categorize.

    I was caught off guard when I started the movie, whereas I'm used to watching films with actual focus lenses and depth to their cameras, this film has next to no focus/depth and looks like it's shot with a $20 Best Buy video camera.

    The film reminds…

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    It begins without realizing. Easy-going, oddly specific, but confounding in a state of profound levity. Similarly to how Inherent Vice disregards typical rise and falls pacing, this yearns to find truth in unexplained circumstances and chance connections. Licorice Pizza, once a chain record store in the valley, is never referenced throughout the film, but the experience of an innocent “record-store love” channels the spirit of youth and provides generous instruction for how to vibe under those indistinguishable blue hour skies.