• Nope



    With Nope, Jordan Peele delivers his best directed work yet, overcoming an uneven screenplay to craft a thrilling experience that masterfully blends the best of Spielberg and Shyamalan with his own voice. A stunning exploration of humanity’s relationship to the nature of spectacle.

    Read my full review here.

  • Parasite




  • Cube



    An incredibly original contained sci-fi horror thriller. Held back by its dated direction and amateur performances, but a tight screenplay and intriguing central mystery make it well worth a watch

  • The Cabin in the Woods

    The Cabin in the Woods


    Watched for research purposes (my next feature? maybe), but was surprised it’s semi-subversion of tropes as well as the bold originality of the third act. Great watch.

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick


    TOP GUN: MAVERICK is a thrilling sequel that soars far above the original. Carried by pulse-pounding action sequences elevated through an impactful emotional core, despite its rushed nature that fails to develop any of the supporting players past one-dimensional characters (except Teller’s Rooster) it results in the must-see blockbuster event of the summer that needs to be experienced on the biggest screen possible.

  • Nightcrawler



    Andrew J. Salazar: The Biopic

  • Ambulance



    If Michael Mann and his entire cast and crew snorted 10kg of cocaine before shooting a feature-length version of the bank robbery sequence from Heat, this would be the result

  • Ambulance



    An electrifying triumph of maximalist filmmaking, AMBULANCE weaponizes Bay’s unfocused direction and chaotic editing to elevate an unhinged screenplay into a thrillingly bombastic action film.

    I always considered myself to be someone who despised Michael Bay’s style (and thought the praise for this film was surely overblown), but after this, I wish Bay and writer Chris Fedak could take control of every personality-less action franchise until the end of time.

  • Looper



    so good

  • The Bubble

    The Bubble


    Starts off alright, but it soon implodes into an aimless, baffling, toothless satire that’s worse than the bad film it makes fun of.

  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2

    Sonic the Hedgehog 2


    Only watched this as I had to take my little brother & cousins to the movies lmao

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    On my second viewing, I can confidently say that EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE is one of the best movies I’ve ever seen. An unforgettable cinematic experience that deserves to be known as a modern classic.