• Mad God

    Mad God


    This is one of the most beautifully grotesque maximalist film's I've seen in my life. Every frame is cluttered with filth. There are eyeballs in places that should not have eyeballs. This film is a Jackson Pollock painting, it's Edvard Munch's The Scream, De Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son, in the form of a film. It is so horrendous that I HAVE to keep watching, keep absorbing every fibre of this world Tippett has built. Sure, there is a bit…

  • Oldboy



    Probably my best viewing because I was showing my brother and it could not have gone better. He nearly barfed at the end. I laughed and the world laughed with me. He cried alone. Hilarious movie.

  • Megamind



    dude not even joking, there’s one moment that alone clears 90% of the MCU

  • Bolt


    this has one of the best montages

  • Tangled


    Spent the ENTIRE night thinking Julia Louis-Dreyfus voiced the evil woman. It even LOOKS like her to some extent. Shocked and embarrassed to find out it was not her 🤨

  • Ratatouille



    yes I've seen Top Gun Maverick but last night I watched ratatouille so ima review ratatouille 😤

    music so good.

    that's the review. please clap.

  • A Single Man

    A Single Man


    I find it not surprising at all that one of the most beautiful movies I’ve ever seen was adapted from one of the most beautiful books I’ve now ever read. Having recently finishing the novel by Christopher Isherwood, I revisited this and though it was slightly different from how I remember it, I can confidently say it was well done in its portrayal of Isherwood’s writing, writing I fell in love with early in the book. A standout performance in Colin Firth’s filmography and an early sign that Nicholas Hoult would one day be huge.

  • Midnight in Paris

    Midnight in Paris


    been so long since I've seen this so I wanted to rewatch and make a "MIDnight in Paris" joke but unfortunately I ended up really really liking it damn you W**dy All*n

    Mainly loved the vibes and particularly the colour grading, an area of film I've been really delving into lately.

  • Killing Them Softly

    Killing Them Softly


    the softest 4⭐️ to ever 4⭐️  

    It’s such a tame story—a hired hit man comes into town to do his job—but the backstory, the characters, the constantly sweaty disgusting Ben Mendelsohn, it all just comes together so well. The flashback of Markie hitting his own games is beautifully executed (actually, ALL the scenes with Markie are beautifully executed, making this watch so painful), and even when the film strays away from the central plot to let James Gandolfini do…

  • Pickpocket



    Did not capture the same magic overall that I felt in A Man Escaped, but the opening is soooo gripping, pulled me in instantly. I love watching Michel's eyes as he is mid-pick, the concentration taking complete control. The montage of Michel learning more pickpocket techniques is mesmerizing. For some reason, I get very strong The Stranger by Albert Camus vibes when I watched this. Michel is so separated from society (aka a stranger). I also whole-heartedly believe this HAS to be a big inspiration for Christopher Nolan's black and white debut film Following.

  • Hill of Freedom

    Hill of Freedom


    watched this in pretty much the most ideal setting with ideal friends and ideal lighting (which is part of the setting). The movie was also very ideal with ideal cinematography and the word “bitch” yelled the ideal amount of times for this story.

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    actually kinda liked some of the stuff in here.

    but I also haaaated the cameos. have no idea what black bolt dude's powers do. have no idea what wanda's powers do. the biggest cameo is one of the most anticipated characters in the MCU and he has 5 mins of screen time and it's a wooden performance. is there a single captain carter fan in existence? like is there even one? also I never saw the WandaVision tv show and…