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Favorite films

  • Jurassic Park
  • Naked
  • The Thing
  • Blade Runner 2049

Recent activity

  • The Boy and the Heron


  • Trust


  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem


  • Reality


Pinned reviews

  • Buster's Mal Heart

    Buster's Mal Heart


    The virgin Buster
    -addicted to caffeine pills
    -destroys himself and everyone around him while accomplishing nothing
    -watches deranged conspiracy videos
    -a graveyard shift hotel concierge
    -Deeply confused and so is the audience
    -didn't make me cry at all


    the chad Elliot Alderson
    -addicted to morphine pills (and more)
    -destroys himself and everyone around him while taking on global terrorism and society itself
    -gets high and watches Back to the Future with Angela
    -greatest hacker to ever live
    -grabs his…

  • Five Easy Pieces

    Five Easy Pieces


    Hands down my favorite Nicholson performance. He brings so much complexity and sympathy to a character who makes it very hard to root for him. He barely roots for himself, as to invest any emotions into hope for contentment is only setting himself up for disappointment. He claims to push those closest to him away to protect him, but he knows that's a lie. He can't make a clean break, because he still craves some sort of connection, even if…

Recent reviews

  • The Boy and the Heron

    The Boy and the Heron


    A beautiful send off for one of the most important artists to ever live. Pure magic for 2 hours with a very human and real message pulled from a very surreal world. Absolutely lovely.

  • Trust



    I've never felt so instantly comfortable in the unique world of a filmmaker as I have with Hal Hartley. Achingly sincere in its gentle absurdisms. You'll get a brilliant piece of satire (the Matthew watching TV scene might be the funniest thing I have ever seen) but played in complete earnest. These characters don't really act like people act but they certainly feel like people feel.

Popular reviews

  • MΓ€dchen in Uniform

    MΓ€dchen in Uniform


    I just can't believe that a film like this came from 1931 Germany. Not only ahead of its time but progressive and impactful in its anti-authoritarianism even now. Even beyond the openly-queer romantic longing, this is a film about female comradery.

  • Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

    Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown


    Candela is such a gem of a character.