• Ticket to Paradise

    Ticket to Paradise


    twas cute i always enjoy seeing Kaitlyn Dever in things but no clue where diana silvers was hiding all this time on that island

  • Bodies Bodies Bodies

    Bodies Bodies Bodies


    hilarious, thoroughly enjoy really opened up my mind to the slasher genre. personally would not attend this party, just not my vibes not a fan of being murdered

  • Burnt



    the set up for this film is really good and you're sat there all geared up thinking it's going to be great. but i feel as though it kinda falls short mostly just throwing really famous actors in there every 5 minutes for a small cameo only to never see them ever again.

  • Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between

    Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between

    not sure what i just watched but i came here for talia

  • Point Break

    Point Break


    i love those mucho man testosterone filed cult classics

  • Do Revenge

    Do Revenge


    the lack of talia scenes was a hate crime

  • Blue Bayou

    Blue Bayou


    "is that a blue thought or a true thought?"

    establishing myself as an obnoxious film student by starting my 9 hr flight with blue bayou, this was a film ive wanted to watch ever since i saw the poster in my local odeon, but then they never showed it which made me very upset. it seemed like the perfect time to watch it on the plane back from new Orleans though so maybe things are working in my favour today.

  • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On

    Marcel the Shell with Shoes On


    redeeming my faith in airbnbs after yesterdays watch. simplicity in life is truly beautiful. a24 strikes again with this masterpiece based around a shell yea you heard me right a shell.

  • Barbarian



    don't get me wrong barbarian is bat sh*t crazy and insane, you never know what is coming next. but the third act is sloppy compared to the first two, every possible decision made by every single character is the dumbest decision ever and truly this film just taught us all about stupidity and absurdity.

  • Nope



    damn dis one hit hard. US was really good but NOPE is going to give me nightmares for weeks to come. it's not traditionally scary however i do think you leave the cinema questioning and thinking about this experience a lot . which can't be said for a lot of films. but what really stuck with me was the characters that jordan peele created in this small western universe.

  • Elvis



    honestly wasn't expecting anything show stopping but this was a good watch. baz Luhrmann does his typical baz like things which is fitting for elvis persona he created for himself. this film like many of baz's previous films is to say the least eccentric in its style. which is what makes it worth watching.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    saw the extended edition back in the cinema. i wasn't  to enthusiastic about seeing this at first but i do have to say it was worth it. the extra scenes were fun and added a couple new things to the film. so overall had a good experience