Favorite films

  • Get Out
  • Kiki's Delivery Service
  • Carrie
  • Judas and the Black Messiah

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Recent reviews

  • American Murder: The Family Next Door

    American Murder: The Family Next Door


    This seems to be the true crime story that was one everyone's lips when this came out. I came to this documentary after watching some True Crime YouTubers and Podcasters cover it.

    There's not really a ton here, if you don't know the case it breaks it down well enough, but it's a bit sterile for my taste. There is a "what in the ACTUAL FUCK" element to this case that you can't really get across in a traditional documentary.

    Beyond that, it's Netflix True Crime. It's meant to hold your attention until the next shocking case, and in that it does alright.

  • Respect



    What a way to honor legend. Aretha Franklin is a true icon, and this film does her justice. There are painful, triggering moments, moments of soaring triumph, and everything in between.

    I didn't know much of Franklin's story, but I've always heard her music and I'm reasonably certain she's featured in Eyes on the Prize, one of the first things I can ever remember watching.

    Hudson shines here, there's no two ways about it. She took the time to capture…

Popular reviews

  • Tomb Raider

    Tomb Raider


    Having playing the Tomb Raider reboot fairly recently, this really captures the tone of that game. The plot elements are changed, mostly for the worse, but it mostly hits the same beats. Where it shines is when it copies the game directly, the rapids, the plane, and the opening scene, as well as a number of the jungle sequences.

    Alicia Vikander does justice to Lara, and most of the writing and plot issues stem from the source material. If you…

  • Sharp Objects

    Sharp Objects


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

    This will require a proper review at a later time, but I want to get a few thoughts down quickly.

    Holy shit did I love this show. "Dom loves Amy Adams" isn't really news to anyone who has heard me talk about movies, but Sharp Objects was something new. Camille resonated with me, but each character - at least the women - felt fully realized. Every little motion felt meaningful, every action intentional, right through the end. My biggest assessment…