Favorite films

  • Stinsen Brinner
  • Aguirre, the Wrath of God
  • The Witch
  • The Blues Brothers

Recent activity

  • JFK


  • Da 5 Bloods


  • Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World


  • L.A. Confidential


Recent reviews

  • JFK


    "You liberal, you don't know sh*t because you've never been f*cked in the ass"

    (watched the Directors Cut, for reference)

    3 hours and 21 minutes of classic conspiracy narratives, engaging up until the final moments, when the Garrissons final monologue drags on for quite a bit.

    I had a Oliver Stone "phase" when I was about 16-18, and I watched a lot of his best stuff, like Wall Street, Platoon and W (which I remember being great, but I'll have…

  • Da 5 Bloods

    Da 5 Bloods

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Man. I'm so, so disappointed. I love Spike Lee.

    This was disjointed, strange and lacked the punch it should have. There are many things that are great about it, and yet many things that *could* be great about it, but sadly, so little of it paid of.

    So, the good stuff. I love 16mm, and some of that film grain looks great. Not amazing, but great. Spike Lee manages to use many of the editing and framing tricks he's already…

Popular reviews

  • Caravaggio



    Beautiful people, high emotions, great art.

  • L.A. Confidential

    L.A. Confidential


    Extremely well told crooked cop tale. L.A Noire stole all this shit, obviously, so many beats are directly stolen from this movie.

    Every scene feels like it has a purpose and the mystery behind the movie is complimented by a rigorous aesthetic. There were several of those immensely satisfying "a-ha" moments, which I won't go over as they would spoil things.

    Russel Crowe and Keyzer Soze (we don't talk about *him*) both do an excellent job with portraying their characters,…