Favorite films

  • New York Film Diary Sep. 3, 1994 - Oct. 3 1995
  • Nightspring Daystar
  • Waterfall
  • Carolyn And Me: Part Three

Recent activity

  • What The Water Said, Nos. 1-3

  • Spiderhead

  • Late Season

  • Jurassic World Dominion


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  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car

    A film about letting go of the past, all the regrets and bottled memories - the stories we tell ourselves time and time again. Hamaguchi finds the beauty in simplicity while gracefully interweaving rich narrative layers in this intimate blending of metafiction and reality. Shinomiya's cinematography is immaculate - opaque and shimmering, gleaming under the gorgeous, alluring natural light that makes everything feel slightly otherworldly. It highlights the nuanced leads in such an affecting way that never overpowers them or…

  • Romancing in Thin Air

    Romancing in Thin Air

    I can't remember the last time I felt real happiness. It's something I've always tried to find in other things and other people, so I thought even the littlest moments that could bring me ephemeral contentment would be enough. I was probably a happy kid, but I've barely got any memories of anything good, and I guess they've just been buried under all the hurt of recent years. I thought I could go on without a direction, but it's ended…

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  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick

    it should be illegal for a film to radiate this much dilf energy

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    an exhaustingly chaotic maximalist cringefest with perhaps the most cluttered and subversive execution imaginable, somehow resulting in an overwhelmingly beautiful and hopeful conclusion that brought me to tears. this does overflow with creativity, infusing the frustrating concept of multiverses with ambition and care through an explosion of zaniness and pure sensory overload from the electrifying editing, intense lighting, and outrageous costumes. and as ironic as this sounds, this truly is one of those films that manages to touch on just…

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