Favorite films

  • Wild Things
  • Collateral
  • Shanghai Blues
  • Ishtar

Recent activity

  • Richard III


  • Pursued


  • Albino Alligator


  • Blues Brothers 2000

Pinned reviews

  • Ali



    The first words spoken to Ali in this film ask, accusingly and dismissively, what he is running from, implying a force that is responsible for his action, something that makes him run other than his own will. The film soon makes clear that this is not the case; even when the film flashes back to Ali’s younger days it shows a path of propulsion and portrays Ali as a pure force of individualism that justly and inevitable will achieve independence…

  • Collateral



    It keeps getting harder and harder to come up with a reason why this isn't Mann's best film (other than the obvious anwser that Heat is just simply one of the most watchable films ever). Structurally it's quietly his most ambitious: it's almost too easy to imagine a version of this story where the cab driver serves as a bit of background flavor and a vessel for Jada Pinkett Smith to deliver exposition to and then disappears for good after…

Recent reviews

  • Vanya on 42nd Street

    Vanya on 42nd Street


    Everyone seemed like they we're having fun.

  • Bottoms



    Blue Mountain State for zoomers that write unfunny letterboxd reviews.

Popular reviews

  • God's Not Dead

    God's Not Dead


    You know that scene in 21 Jump Street when Channing Tatum writes a bunch of 4s on the whiteboard, says some gibberish, and yells "Fuck you science!" while high on drugs? Well God's Not Dead is basically the 113 minute version of that scene.

  • Psycho



    Unfortunately this disproves my theory that any classic film would be better if it included a scene of Vince Vaughn jerking off.