• Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

    Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

    Hope everyone has very merry and happy holidays and is able to unwind with some great seasonal films!


  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    “…that’s really my main gripe with the movie: some of the editing choices, sometimes it felt like shots just weren’t as interesting, or as dynamic as they could’ve been. But it’s a very small gripe amongst a two-and-a-half hour movie that I found consistently entertaining. Tom Holland is wonderful as Spider-Man. It’s the best he’s ever been; I’ve liked him since his [other portrayals], but here he is REALLY good. I mean fuckin’ phenomenal in this movie. And it…

  • Nightmare Alley

    Nightmare Alley

    “Honestly, what I love most about Nightmare Alley is that it exists. It’s an expensive, adult-oriented, rated-R drama that takes place in the carnival world. These types of movie rarely get made anymore; you need someone like [del Toro] out there pushing for a film like this to exist….Do I think it’s [his] best movie? No, I don’t. But I do think it’s a pretty good one. It’s filled with great performances and it has one of my favorite endings that del Toro’s ever had in one of his movies.”


  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles

    Planes, Trains and Automobiles

    Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving or was at least able to spend quality time with friends & family or whatever and ate good food;
    I’m still full from Thursday. -Jordan


  • Twins


    This diary entry will make more sense after you watch the video; subtlety isn’t in my nature. -Jordan


  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    “When it comes to [this film], I went in with extreme skepticism; I have to be honest and it surprised me. I think Jason Reitman did an excellent job, and I think the entire cast, especially Mckenna Grace, is really good. And I do think that Ghostbusters fans are gonna have a big, silly grin on their face for most of the movie.”


  • Encanto


    “…the animation continues to reach this summit. I honestly don’t know where they could go from here. There is so much depth to the image, the use shadows really well…I saw In the Heights earlier this year, which was by Lin Manuel Miranda as well, and I actually like the songs in this movie better…Kids nowadays are probably wondering what is special about them, when we have all these larger than life, gigantic, fictional superheroes to look up to. It’s…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho

    “What’s scary to me about the film is the idea that you can’t go to sleep in your room without being ripped away to this horrifying time for someone. That’s really creepy. Of course the editing and the way the shots flow together so smoothly, as usual with an Edgar Wright film, was beautiful. And I’ve strangely heard a lot of [negativity] about this movie; I really don’t know why. Like it’s really different…it’s not like other movies. I hope you guys check out Last Night in Soho in theaters…It could use some support.”


  • Spencer


    “…[Kristen Stewart] really gives a lot to this role and I hope that she’s Oscar nominated for it because I think she deserves it. Guys, please do check out Spencer in theaters; I think it’s a really good movie, and this coming from someone who doesn’t necessarily rush out to the theater to see a historical biopic. But this one, I thought, was excellent.”


  • My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission

    My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission

    “Just like I said with the last film, if you love the show, you’re probably gonna love the movie. The creators really know what they’re doing with this show and they know how to cater to their fanbase, but also to consistently find really exciting things for these characters to do, that are also surprisingly emotional in the end.”


  • Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers

    Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers

    *sighs deeply* [this movie] is bad, it’s a bad one. It’s a bad movie, guys. It’s not good.
    “That was kinda cathartic, haven’t done a negative review in a long time.”

    I personally consider this a Hilariocity, because Chris goes off on tangents that are remarkably close to that specific brand of review.


  • The Faculty

    The Faculty

    “I will always have a soft spot for this movie. I think it’s extremely fun, the characters are very well-rounded, it goes above and beyond for what was asked for most teen-horror films of the time, and like Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, is rated R and it earns and deserves the rated R rating.”