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  • Treasure Planet
  • Monster
  • The Green Knight
  • Magnolia

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  • No Time to Die


  • Midnight Mass


  • The Last Duel


  • Zola


Pinned reviews

  • Cowboy Bebop

    Cowboy Bebop


    3,2,1 LET’S JAM 

    Cowboy Bebop blends the western, sci-fi, noir genres together to make a completely one of a kind masterpiece in anime.

    First off, the animation and drawing style tops most of the anime today. The subtle highlights and shadows create drawn depth that I don’t think is shown as well in other anime. It’s my favorite style of animation, which probably effects this bias, but it’s amazing nonetheless. 

    *Trumpet Screech* My god, I would never begin to think…

  • Angel's Egg

    Angel's Egg



Recent reviews

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    2021 Films Ranked 

    No Time To Die is the perfect send off to Daniel Craig’s James Bond. It may not be a perfect film or even my favorite of his Bond series, but I had to hold back tears for his character who tragically got what he was always searching for in these films. Definitely my favorite 007. 

    My ranking: Skyfall, Casino Royale, No Time To Die, Spectre, Quantum of Solace

  • Midnight Mass

    Midnight Mass


    Midnight Mass unveils the horrors of Christianity. It shows us an evil representation of misconstrued truth through one’s own bias and how that bias can be used through power, self righteousness, and social influence. But in the end, all we really are is dust.

Popular reviews

  • Parasite



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

    2019 Films Ranked 
    High 5's

    This was everything I wanted it to be. 

    I laughed: The bloody napkin scene. Thinking she was going to grab a knife from the kitchen but uses peaches instead lol 

    I almost cried: The dad looking at each corner of his home trying to remember every corner as it’s flooding. The ending! 

    I was thrilled: Bong Joon-ho never fails at creating tension, buildup and release. 

    Best of the year, and so metaphorical.

  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest


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

    Film Club 🎥 Film #2

    In One flew over the cuckoos nest we’re introduced into the world of the ward as music is played, a signal for the patient’s medication time. This classically conditions the patients, similar to the Pavlov’s Dog experiment in which a repeated number of paired stimuli (the music) leads to a response (taking meds). Overtly, the theme of societal order and normalcy within the ward is established.
    Then we’re introduced to Nicholson’s character, Randle: the epitome…