• Eternals



    This was dumb, badly acted and way too long, also nanjiani is Pakistani...

    It is kind of funny how it can be enterpreted as pro choice yet anti climate change.

  • Flash Gordon

    Flash Gordon


    Lots of fun, would recommend

  • The French Connection

    The French Connection


    Best car chase ever

  • The Rainmaker

    The Rainmaker


    I love Danny devito apparently

  • Nobody



    Toxic masculinity v white knighting

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    I like it, it's a good movie even with its obvious faults, it could be improved greatly by a re-edit for length and a more focused score.

  • Hellraiser



    I love it when you watch a movie and a scene happens that makes you understand why a movie is iconic, the hospital scene is one of those.

    Overall it's not an especially scary, but still the film never fails to amuse with its fast pace and innovative set design.

    As for the schlock it's never too gratuitous and since it's practical affects it always gives an authentic feel. I can't imagine this film working as well with CG.

    An honourable mention must be given for Ashley Laurence's performance it really made the film.

    Hellraiser is deservingly a classic.

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse



    Not every film gives you the feeling of wonder you only get from watching something so unique to cinema it can't possibly be recreated in any other medium.

  • Tenet



    Fun movie, I liked it. A bit convoluted but that's kind of the point. Needs probably several viewings to get the full experience which I endorse.

    The film is kind of emotionally distant but that's just a Nolan thing, he really didn't give much time for the drama scenes to set in (or maybe his cinematographer just doesn't like soft closeups I don't know), on the other hand the character acting was a delight, pattinson especially (Washington was a bit…

  • Troy



    I saw the directors cut, gave it +half a star.
    While not a great movie like 'das boot', it's still greatly improved on the theatrical version.

  • Society



    Goo monsters... rich people are goo monsters

  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7


    A truly engaging movie, the court room setting fits Sorkin's story telling and world view (the idea that arguments and fact matter in politics).

    Sadly the real story of this trial is much more funny, subversive and significant than Sorkin is able to represent under his propoganda level of script bending.

    His consent tweaking of the narrative to absolve the institutional failure of the FBA, courts and government is insane and casting Levitt as the prosecutor is manipulation in its.…