• The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man

    What da heck. Man had the greatest gadget in the world. Could've had free movie theatre access. Could've skipped all da queues to his favourite clight flubs - but nah, dude just straight up went invisible to abuse his wife.
    for why, man?


    But for real, Leigh Whannel directs some great horror set pieces amongst some muddy storytelling. Almost commits to a just full-on re-contextualised Invisible Man in the scenario of a toxic abusive relationship, and does quite…

  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
  • Red Rocket

    Red Rocket

    I’m conflicted haaaaard by this one, Sean Baker. I understand the why and desired effect of painting the rainbows over such a situation and person as Mikey but I couldn’t help but feel sick and discouraged from continuing this film,

    and that’s in an uncool way.

  • The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections

    Yo. Man did I not expect The Matrix to Matrix itself and be this sort of thing and I loved it.

  • West Side Story

    West Side Story

    Spielberg knows how to make a damn good movie, and this is his most undoubtedly energised film in yonks, made with the careful craft that is just as transportive as his classic works. 

    While West Side Story never hit it off with me in the past iterations of the film and stage versions - and some issues still remain in the film’s rather confronting and depressing tonal shift in the second half lead up to an abrupt fizzling ending -…

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up

    So boomer McKay made boomer movie for his celeb friends from the 2020 “Imagine” Instagram video to nod their heads, saying “he knows what’s up.”

  • Magnolia


    PTA makes movies I wish I could make, but damn am I always blown aback by his talent that I feel like I shouldn’t even try

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

    Yo god damn right this movie slaps.

  • The Master

    The Master

    Leo, I have redeemed myself.

    Anyways, I don’t have a lot to say about The Master as I believe there are a lot of subtleties in the story that add to the character study at the centre of it all that I simply didn’t get and couldn’t get upon first viewing.

    But damn was this a good drama. A distant as hell drama, but damn gripping nonetheless. And flip, makes me miss Philly Sey so much. 

    Rest In Peace.

  • Anima


    Gotta love PTA

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home

    No Way Home came here to do one thing and one thing only: make that crowd applaud. And Disney proves that it’s hella easy to do that if you’re a million dollar conglomerate. Because flip, I have never been in such an active and engaged crowd outside of these huge Marvel events. However, it’s crazy how little of a movie this ends up being and how little drama it engages in. This movie is filled to the brim with drama-killing…

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch

    Holy balls hang on there Wes, don’t go and flaunt your crazy symmetrical baby smooth arteest ass up in my face.

    But for real, there was so much visual direction in this film on so many ambitious scales all the way to the wes-side that I don’t know how anyone could comprehend this much in their brain, even Wes.