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▪️My goal is to clear my watchlist
▪️& make friends along the way
▪️Any movie recommendations welcomed!

Favorite films

  • Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
  • The Departed
  • Big Daddy
  • True Romance

Recent activity

  • Loki


  • Midsommar


  • Austin Powers in Goldmember


  • Blade Runner


Recent reviews

  • Loki



    🧞 Loki is about a Demi god arrested by time police (TVA) for corrupting his own timeline when he obtained the tesseract (not sure if that’s how it spelled). Loki spends a good portion of the show either incarcerated by said police or on the run from them, which is unfortunate because almost every scene outside of the TVA was enjoyable, while the scenes within the TVA felt weighted and cumbersome — Oddly reminiscent of the DMV in real life.


  • Midsommar



    💐 Midsommar has to be one of the best films I’ve watched all year. Ari Astor’s climb to nobility, has been a quite a joy to watch. I have no qualms with the film. Sensational direction, inspiring acting, beautiful set design, this film was a work of art. 

    The film begins with Florence Pugh (Dani) who is struggling with the burden of a mentally-ill sister and a (frankly) disengaged boyfriend. You quickly fall down a trauma driven rabbit hole of…

Popular reviews

  • Coco




    Could not remember the last Disney movie that tugged this hard at my heart strings! The film had laughs, cries, anger, deception, and everything in between.

    Although the film started out a bit slow, once the train started rolling, I didn’t want to get off. Especially during the last 20 minutes where I had a coy smirk frozen to my face.

    The extremely vivid color palette coupled with the eccentrically boisterous music really encapsulated the entire theme and made the film feel true to its roots.

    Perfect family-oriented holiday movie. It checks all the boxes.

  • Finch



    🤖 Finch gives you a unique perspective into a UV radiated post-apocalyptic world in which humans are borderline extinct and resources are becoming increasingly scarce. You follow an engineer played by Tom Hanks who
     —through necessity and loneliness— has assembled quite a unique family of robots (Jeff and Dewey)  and and his trustee companion - Goodyear (the dog).

    Tom Hanks is just spectacular. Being the only human on screen you never felt lost or unengaged, clearly remnants of Cast Away…