16-year-old film lover with a love-hate relationship with Netflix rom coms.

Favorite films

  • Inglourious Basterds
  • Climax
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  • Raw

Recent activity

  • Tampopo


  • Squid Game


  • The Da Vinci Code


  • The Young and the Damned


Recent reviews

  • Tampopo



    An excellent feel good comedy with plenty of authentic heart-felt moments. Tampopo is the kind of film that makes me really hungry and optimistic about life. All the side stories were so damn interesting. The melodramatic (and very horny) romance, the weird lady at the store, the fake college professor, and the dying mom, this film really has it all.

    Besides the obvious food porn aspect of the film, also love how it crafts this metaphor about how humans lives…

  • Squid Game

    Squid Game


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

    Fucking Hell

    Incredibly thrilling watch. The first 5 episodes start off very strong, every game getting better than the last while also incorporating a great exploration of free will, wealth, and sacrifice. Episode 6 is best one by a long shot. It has the best game, the best cinematography, and most importantly the most emotionally impactful moments of the entire show. Then, from episode 7, it starts to go downhill. Although most people complain about the cringy and awkward VIPs,…

Popular reviews

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    Pretentious superhero flick done...right?

    What a ride...Snyder has never subverted my expectations as much as he has done with his 4 hour long cut of the Justice League. Snyder was able to engage me in these characters as much as I did with Avengers: Endgame despite not having 20 films to serve as context. Look, was the idea of the Justice League incredibly pretentious? yes. Did Snyder do a decent if not an amazing job at it? yes.

    Firstly: Flash…

  • Brokeback Mountain

    Brokeback Mountain


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

    Beautifully Heartbreaking.

    When Ennis receives the news of Jack's death, the film subtly cuts to a silent scene of Jack being brutally beaten up by a group of men while Lureen narrates an untrue version of Jack's death, perhaps to save the grief for herself or perhaps some other reason, we won't know. I think Lee made this choice to put an emphasis on Ennis's agony when receiving the news and how life will never be the same for him…