Favorite films

Recent activity


Pinned reviews

  • The Prestige

    The Prestige


    Nolan, Bale, Jackman, Caine. Do I really need to say more? The Prestige see’s Bale and Jackman’s characters pinned against each other in a life and death situation of trying to one up each other. The beauty and genius of this film lies in what was said by Caine at the beginning of the film regarding the Pledge, the Turn, and the Prestige, which is the three step play of how a magician performs. Christopher Nolan showed us once again…

  • Parasite



    I don’t need to “let it sit” for a while to understand that I’ve just seen one of the best movies ever. Bong Joon-Ho is a creative and original genius. The originality of the screenplay is spectacular, it drew me in from the start of the film and I didn’t let go until the final scene wrapped up. The subtle comedy, the in-your-face foreshadowing that you don’t realize until the second viewing, the dark twist that kicks you in the…

Recent reviews

  • Below Zero

    Below Zero


    Ever since Parasite absolutely blew my mind I have been way more inclined to watch foreign films.
    This movie was great. It was tense and action packed and the director did not hold back with the gore and action sequences. I was fully engaged the entire time. The first act of the movie was fast-paced. We get into our characters and their relationships with one another as well as this mysterious guy thats causing them all the trouble. As the…

  • I Care a Lot

    I Care a Lot


    This was a really fascinating movie. The plot, though actually quite sad, was intriguing and new. This was a movie backed by fantastic performances and every single character here was despicable. I found myself questioning who I was supposed to be routing for which left me a little unsettled and questioning my morals and unfortunately that turned me off a bit.
    The movie starts off very strong. The introduction into our main character and the con-artist life she lives is…

Popular reviews

  • Enola Holmes

    Enola Holmes


    Enola Holmes is a charming and cute tale about the younger sister of Sherlock Holmes and her journey to find her missing mother. Enola Holmes is a fun ride from start to finish backed by a strong lead performance by Millie Bobby Brown.

  • Nomadland



    I can definitley see the appeal this movie has and why critics and award distributors are loving it. It’s a true indie film. It’s beautiful and emotional and at it’s center tells a heartfelt and heartbreaking story of a woman’s life post the recession. Chloe Zhao really deserves it all. She directed the shit outta this movie. Every shot was beautiful and there were long periods of emotional music and wide shots of Frances McDormand that were just gorgeous and…