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  • Dante: A Replication

    Dante: A Replication

    WATCH IT HERE (Don't spoil the twist for others!)
    (3min, 2020) 

    I was told I "wasn't good enough" to create something like this, but I decided I wasn't going to take excuses and shot my first short film isolated in Quarantine, with only an iPhone and no equipment at my disposal. Despite my limitations, I persevered and worked hard to complete it, and am proud to present this sci-fi horror thriller short it it's final form.

    The following is a…

  • Nomadland



    91 // A 

    Full Review at Film Inquiry + The Global Film Podcast

    The first film to premiere almost simultaneously at the Toronto, Venice, New York, and Telluride Film Festivals, Nomadland is a tale centered around Fern (Frances McDormand), a jobless, working-class woman who turns to life as a modern-day nomad who traverses the American Midwest. Written, directed, and edited by the incomparable Chloe Zhao, the much buzzed about film is able to surpass the wildest expectations to become the…

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  • Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    Borat Subsequent Moviefilm


    Can't speak on this film yet as its embargoed, but since Letterboxd is a small social media platform I'm going to write a scene by scene breakdown below of everything going on in the film below...

    (scroll down a bit more to see it)


    (The third act is quite a shocker though, going to end political careers for sure... cant wait for all of you to see it!)

  • Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    Borat Subsequent Moviefilm


    75 // B+

    Full Review on ClapperCast: The Global Film Podcast

    Quick Review: Borat 2 is WILD. While it misses out on reaching the hilarity of the first film, from a narrative perspective, it is miles better. With a clever screenplay, it stands strong on its own with shock after shock culminating in a brilliant last act that could very well end a political career 👀

    To read more of my early reactions, film announcements, and general thoughts, you can find me on Twitter HERE

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  • Memories of Murder

    Memories of Murder


    82 // B+ - Theatrical Rerelease

    Quick Review: While not as gripping as one would expect, Memories of Murder is still a brilliant crime procedural. Passive through the majority of its runtime, thrilling moments are few and far between but hit hard enough to ensure that it deserves to be seen by all who are fans of Bong Joon-Ho.

    UP NEXT: Borat 2

    To read more of my early reactions, film announcements, and general thoughts, you can find me on Twitter HERE