Favorite films

Recent activity


Recent reviews

  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong


    Listen how do you rate a Saturday morning cartoon. It's fun and the final two fights genuinely rip so hard and I would have seen it 3 times in IMAX for them. It has many flaws lol but like Kong drop kicks Godzilla and Godzilla literally laughs.


    Mad respect for keeping this under 2 hours.

  • Before Midnight

    Before Midnight


    “It’s just like our life, we appear and we disappear. We are so important to some, but we are just… passing through.“

    “Still there. Still there. Still there. Gone.”

    I have nothing funny to add to this one. These movies mean so much to me. They’re these deep mediations on love, life, and time, our relationships with each other, our connections to the world and how we react to the world. A trio of movies that show people at their most loving, most resentful, the most hopeful....their most human. We’re all just trying to connect and do our best.

Popular reviews

  • Beasts of No Nation

    Beasts of No Nation


    One of those movies where the direction is better than the writing. Cary Fukunaga is an immense talent!

    Film is more about indoctrination and leadership, never sufficiently addresses the madness of war. However, a gruesomely wonderful scene in the middle of the film displays some of that madness.

    There was a lot of the film that I enjoyed but Beasts was never able to leave a lasting impression on me. There is a disconnect in following an imaginary war, even…

  • Big Hero 6

    Big Hero 6


    Neo San Fransokyo is about to explode with hugs! Cute, vibrant and fun!

    A Marvel movie to the core(finale has portals and things falling on buildings), with Disney cliches (dead relatives, the death fake out, etc).

    I really dug the culture clash, wish they focused more on the remaining members of the group.

    Obviously Baymax was adorable and great. The film's highlight, really. A drunken marshmallow who will sell so much plush that I can already hear the cash registers…