Favorite films

  • Trainspotting
  • The Apartment
  • A Clockwork Orange
  • Inglourious Basterds

Recent activity

  • Mrs. Doubtfire


  • King Kong


  • Boiling Point


  • Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood


Recent reviews

  • Mrs. Doubtfire

    Mrs. Doubtfire


    I thoroughly resent my parents for never showing me this film as a child. 

    Mrs Doubtfire, as you would expect, is completely wholesome and hilarious whilst surprisingly tackling some pretty hard themes for a “kid’s film”. Despite this, we always return to the joy of it all and you can’t leave this viewing without a massive smile on your face. 

    Robin Williams was one of the most gifted actors of all time, I miss seeing him light up my screen but I’m so thankful for what he gave us.

  • King Kong

    King Kong

    Thrilling action and I can’t imagine how much more thrilling it would have been to see in 1933 but I can’t say it’s aged brilliantly. 

    But hey I guess it’s a classic.

Popular reviews

  • Dune



    This is what a modern day epic looks like. 

    Big up Odeon Limitless for allowing me to see Dune 2 days before its official release date. 

    Dune is probably the 2021 release I was most excited for (maybe just after The French Dispatch). The reasons being: the cast, the fact it’s Villeneuve, the sheer scale and the enormous hype surrounding it. Therefore, I was so worried that Dune simply wouldn’t live up to the expectations I had. I heard a…

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Batman has entered a new age, a new form, a new style. And it’s quite amazing to see. 

    I saw the midnight screening of this on its release date. Sadly, the fact that I booked the subtitle screening without knowing and the fact that there were people talking means that I can’t say my experience was completely perfect, but it was pretty damn good. This is a film to see on the big screen. 

    I will start off by saying…