• Murder on the Orient Express

    Murder on the Orient Express


    Not gonna lie I thought this had a bit of a slow start but once the mystery starts it becomes pretty entertaining. Great acting from everyone and I liked how it was hard to predict what was the outcome. With that said, I'm not sure if I liked everything about the ending. But this is still a good movie regardless.

  • Fear



    This was alright. Mark Wahlberg played a psychopath really well and despite not much originality I enjoyed it for what it was.

  • Jackass Number Two

    Jackass Number Two


    Funny as hell lmao. You got to take these movies for what they are and to be honest this was even better than the first one.

  • Batman & Robin

    Batman & Robin

    One of the worst comic book films of all time. Objectively this was just horrendous. What separates this from something like 2015's "Fantastic Four" (which was dreadful all the way through) is that you can laugh at how bad it is if you were to watch it with friends while shit faced. With that said it's a truly unbearable film and thank God Christopher Nolan brought back the character in such a redeeming way lmao.

  • The Fallout

    The Fallout


    If you have HBO Max, make sure to check out "The Fallout". This is a really solid film about the aftermath of a school shooting. While the subject matter is undeniably heavy, the movie does have some humor and lighthearted moments that meshes really well with the tone. It felt authentic and it was very well acted. Jenna Ortega is already making a big name of herself after appearing in the show "You" and the new film "Scream". The rewatch…

  • Nobody



    Such a fun action film. Can we have Bob Odenkirk do more movies like this please?

  • Batman Forever

    Batman Forever


    Yikes. Talk about a step-down from the previous two films. I will say that the first half wasn't that bad, despite a lot of flaws. As it went on though, it became way too corny and shockingly dull. Val Kilmer is okay as Bruce Wayne/Batman. To be honest I was kinda surprised at how bad Tommy Lee Jones was as Two-Face. I think he's a great actor but what the hell was that performance. Jim Carrey in the beginning was…

  • Jackass: The Movie

    Jackass: The Movie


    These guys are fucking crazy lmao

  • Batman Returns

    Batman Returns


    Really good sequel. I understand Burton's style for his Batman movies doesn't work for everyone but to be honest I liked this one a lot. Pretty great performances from everyone and I personally dig the whole Gothic approach to it. Similar to its predecessor, some parts haven't aged well but still a damn good movie.

  • Brain on Fire

    Brain on Fire


    Not bad at all actually. Probably could have benefited from a longer runtime but I appreciated it. Crazy how this was based on a true story.

  • Awakenings



    A devastating and hopeful film that is truly fantastic. Why does this not get talked about more? This story was told with such humanity and the performances are excellent. An engrossing drama that excels on many aspects.

  • Batman



    Regardless of your thoughts on this film, you can't deny how groundbreaking it was in terms of comic book films. I used to watch this movie a lot as a kid; and seeing it again at 25 years old was like seeing a completely different movie. It brings me a lot of joy to say that this held up really well for the most part. I've always liked Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman. Same with Jack Nicholson as Joker. While…