Favorite films

  • GoodFellas
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day
  • The Social Network
  • Moonlight

Recent activity

  • E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial


  • Snatch


  • Space Jam: A New Legacy


  • Midnight in Paris


Recent reviews

  • Spirited Away

    Spirited Away


    I’m way too late to the party but I’ll state the obvious..

    Spirited Away is a magical and breathtaking tale of a little girl finding herself. Navigating through love, friendship and family. I was spirited way myself into this unique world. And the Spirited Away world is little scary, little weird but filled with magic. A little like our world.

    Filled with intriguing symbolism, stunning animation, and unforgettable characters this animated masterpiece deserves all its praise. The train scene with no face is just pure movie magic.

  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)


    Birdman or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying About the Ending and Love the Alejandro Iñárritu vision. 

    2015 Best Picture winner is great rewatch and ages like a fine wine. You have Emmanuel Lubezki‘s iconic cinematography and a truly brilliant meta screenplay. Everyone from the star studded cast delivers, from our three Oscar nominated stars to the supporting cast of Noami Watts, Amy Ryan, and Zach Galifianakis.

    This might go over some heads of causal audiences and it did mine when I first watched it. But now this tale of Hollywood and Depression hit me like a ton of bricks. A Masterpiece.

Popular reviews

  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story



    This was pretty heartbreaking. I’ve never been married but I could relate as a kid who saw his parents fight a lot and the threat of divorce around the corner. Maybe something a lot of our generation can relate too. Raw and very human, the writing in this was superb. Scarlett was great but man did Adam Driver kill it. Very excited for his future roles. Great cast overall including Laura Dern and Ray Liotta with fun supporting roles.

    Definitely one of my favorites this year, kind of a modern Kramer vs Kramer which I also recommend watching if you haven’t.

  • Parasite



    Wow at loss of words right now. What a powerful portrayal of income inequality which is a theme anyone can relate too no matter where you live. 

    It goes overlooked because it’s so obvious, but it’s crazy the power money has and how it runs everything. Poverty becomes a stench that follows you no matter where you go. This smell you can’t escape. This pursuit to become wealthy so you can provide for your family becomes a burden, almost a heavy rock clinging too you at all times. 

    Bong Joon-Ho’s topical drama is definitely one of the best movies of 2019.