Favorite films

  • A Clockwork Orange
  • The Godfather: Part II
  • Stalker
  • The Empire Strikes Back

Recent activity

  • Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers

  • Hawkeye


  • The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

  • Moon Knight


Recent reviews

  • Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers

    Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers

    Not only has Hollywood fully embraced the worst form of cynical postmodernism, but somehow projected it onto what was simply a light heartead cartoon from the 80's. Thank's to these asshole's it's now reduced to self-referential schlock, with John Mulaney and another generic asshole from SNL trying to extend their pathetic careers.

  • Hawkeye


    Inoffensive & lighthearted with some amusing scenes, another in assembly line of Marvel D+ shows that serve mainly to setup female versions of legacy characters. The irony is they did this in the comics in the 2010's, it failed miserably and nearly killed Marvel comics, guess they didn't take any lessons from that.

Popular reviews

  • The Tomorrow War

    The Tomorrow War


    "The Tomorrow War" feels like a throwback to early 2000's action/sci-fi with current year CGI and a big budget. Thankfully the father/daughter and father/son elements of the story added a layer of pathos - even if it was mostly surface layer - to what could have otherwise been nothing more than a loud, dumb, action film. This feels like the perfect streaming film for summer; not necessarily something worth going to the theater for, but an entertaining, well made film that can be streamed at home.

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow

    Right off the bat "Black Widow" has a strike against it for being a film released 5 years too late, it doesn't contribute anything to the larger MCU tapestry, so what's the point of it? The attempt at Bourne style shaky cam in many of the action scenes is virtually unwatchable, the CGI looks rushed (which makes no sense considering it was delayed for over a year), and they somehow managed to make Taskmaster not intimidating.

    Seems like Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios as a whole are losing sight of what made the MCU so successful in the first place, good stories.