Favorite films

  • Mulholland Drive
  • Harakiri
  • Sans Soleil
  • Princess Mononoke

Recent activity

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  • Harold and Maude


  • Space Thunder Kids

  • Date Movie

Recent reviews

  • Space Thunder Kids

    Space Thunder Kids

    I love funnybad stuff but the only funny thing about this "movie" is the trailer-like intro with the announcer repeating "SPACE THUNDER KIDS" over and over. The idea of a movie so lazy that it just uses footage from other animated shows and movies and haphazardly throws them together with a bare minimum of coherence sounds funny in theory, but in practice it's just mindnumbing to the nth degree.

  • Date Movie

    Date Movie

    Watching this with others almost makes it worth it but, nah, it really just sucks too much (shocking, I know). I watched this last month and I already struggle to recall anything that happened, it tries to be over-the-top and all that but at the end of the day for how extravagant these parody movies try to be they can't even leave any sort of lasting impression.

Popular reviews

  • Pup Star: Better 2Gether

    Pup Star: Better 2Gether


    You can't help but wonder about the deeper implications of the universe this franchise takes place in. If dogs basically function like humans with dog-like traits, should people even be allowed to keep them as pets? Do the dogs that appear on dog TV shows or run other businesses get paid for their services? How do they get paid? If they don't get paid and are kept by humans, are dogs basically slaves?

  • Blade Runner

    Blade Runner


    Blade Runner is good despite itself, a product that really has no right to be any good considering the production hell it went through and all the flaws in the writing. Rick Deckard is entirely unremarkable as a protagonist, a bland and soulless figure who mostly just exists to drive the plot forward and has zero chemistry with just about anyone else on screen (especially painful when it comes to the "romance" in this film). Furthermore, for all the acclaim…