• The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo


    my favorite movie genre is Christopher Plummer and his disfunctional on screen family

  • Mamma Mia!

    Mamma Mia!


    Black Panther for people who think that they can't sing (and actually can't)

  • Edward Scissorhands

    Edward Scissorhands


    not perfect by any means, but still entirety capable of wringing your heart out like a sponge

  • Romeo + Juliet

    Romeo + Juliet


    Basically just Luhrmann doing the same thing he did to The Great Gatsby. Juxtaposing classic works of art with modern art in an attempt to spew relevance, but giving not enough care or attention to the story itself. Radiohead was a nice touch, but how am I supposed to understand half of what's going on? Am I the only one who has trouble following everything? *Mugatu voice* I feel like I'm taking crazy pills!

  • Mission: Impossible III

    Mission: Impossible III


    Mission Impossible 3 is a 2006 action movie directed by JJ Abrams. This JJ Abrams movie, directed by JJ Abrams, was directed by JJ Abrams. I'd recommend MI3 to anyone who wants to watch a movie directed by JJ Abrams.

  • Mission: Impossible II

    Mission: Impossible II


    laughably ridiculous, albeit quintessential early 2000's fluff. characters make choices for the sole purpose of advancing plot. cars explode when they shouldn't. Anthony Hopkins appears for a few combined minutes and I'm still wondering what that was about? the biggest tragedy, however, might just be Tom Cruise's hair, which is almost as long as the runtime itself. you're a weirdo if you found this movie interesting.

  • Whiplash



    ha imagine making an entire movie about drums they aren't even a real instrument

  • Mission: Impossible

    Mission: Impossible


    Hey, tunnel scene! What's a 5 star action sequence such as yourself doing in a 3 star movie like this?

  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

    The Secret Life of Walter Mitty


    Ben Stiller in his element. Lackluster narrative? Awkward writing? Oh please, this is coming from the same person who directed Zoolander and The Cable Guy. He could've added whatever he wanted to make his feature commercially, erm, interesting. Yeah. But that wasn't the point. In fact, he practically screams the point in your face.. "Look at how simple living can be! Look at what it's like to see behind walls! Draw closer! To find each other and to feel!"


  • Fargo



    No Country for Oh Yeah (1996)

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    probably the biggest (and least assertive) emotional sucker punch Wes Anderson has produced. melencholy as an art form. the first half was a little rough for me and I'm giving the whole thing 4 stars for now, but I also bought this on my MacBook knowing that I'm absolutely going to dissect this frame by frame

    Wes films ranked:
    wes ranked boxd.it/e4RDK

  • The Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast Club


    Happy New Year! Don't You (Forget About Me)