• eXistenZ



    Yet another cronenberg that is an interesting exploration of a theme and how far one can take it but doesn’t really feel like it is saying anything or trying to say anything.

  • Crash



    Oddly captivating, didn’t really say anything or give enough context to inform you of cronenberg’s pov on any of this. Once I read the blurb of the film everything made sense - didn’t seem to really make that clear during the film.

  • The Killer

    The Killer


    Incredibly meticulous like most of Fincher’s work but lacking a real bite

  • Run Lola Run

    Run Lola Run


    Crazy kinetic – love

  • Oppenheimer



    Again, not sure that we needed a film like this but regardless it was well done on the technicals. Somewhat blown away with the scale of this film, in terms of its production design and grandeur.

    Wanted to watch it in the highest quality and patron an actual imax 70mm to try and vote with my wallet for more productions to utilize the format.

  • Oppenheimer



    Absolutely loved the technicals - cinematography, acting, production design etc but idk the whole mythologization of yet another white dude is a lil cringe.

    Was interesting to see that such an American story was written and directed through the lens of a British person.

  • BlackBerry



    Interesting how it seems tech biopics have all started to follow the same rough format, gave a lot of Steve Jobs (2015)

  • The Doom Generation

    The Doom Generation


    Got to see the remaster with a Q&A between Jason, James and Gregg :)

    Also got to watch it with della :^)

    Really really enjoyed the colors and the normalcy of queer stories <3

  • How to Blow Up a Pipeline

    How to Blow Up a Pipeline


    Wow, still need to compose my thoughts but holy shit they handled every single narrative so incredibly well. Nandita put it best, it kind of felt like a documentary and a film at the same time.

  • Empire of Light

    Empire of Light


    pretty images, story felt slightly rancid.

    watched while inhaling cow fumes on the I-5

  • Sansón and Me

    Sansón and Me


    Got to see a screening at SFSU with a panel from the director afterwards. Favorite quote from the panel was “when making a community film it has to be written by the community, it can’t be a top down process like a normal film”. 

    Absolutely incredible film! I really love the choice to use his family as the actors, it has so many ramifications that make it super interesting.

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin


    Borvovens moonlight sonata