Josh Winter

Josh Winter


Movie Lover, Paramedic

My 25 Favourite Films:
Top 4: Faves I'm currently vibing with.

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  • The Father

    The Father

    For those seeking therapy after sustaining the crushing weight of this screenplay, I'm delighted to inform you that Anthony Hopkins has a tiktok ♥️

  • Pixels



    I once asked a child what his favourite film of all time was. He told me Pixels. I laughed in his face. "Ever heard of Nolan?" I jeered, smacking his muffin out of his hand. "Scorsese?" I stood on his muffin like a pedestal, triumphantly.

    Everyone clapped.

Recent reviews

  • The Hudsucker Proxy

    The Hudsucker Proxy


    Was a 4, now a 5. Up there as the funniest Coen bros movie with O, Brother and Intolerable Cruelty for me but what really sets this apart is how far the Coens go to deliver the comedy. Hudsucker Proxy is delightfully absurd and I'd love to checkout more films with this similar style of humour.

    RANKED: coen bros

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    The middle act of this movie is so, so strong in my opinion. It succeeds in so many of the ways infinity war failed for me. By eliminating the rules of time and pairing up characters from other ends of the universe, the film finds endless potential for emotional moments made from new, unlikely bonds.

    Nebula is a standout after a rewatch.

Popular reviews

  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit (Or the Unexpected Evil of Innocence)

    The latest film by Taika Waititi is a major misstep. It is perhaps one of the greatest blunders by any acclaimed filmmaker. I disagree with the sentiment that laughter is the key to healing from trauma. There are some things that you just can't move on from. And I disagree with this film on a very fundamental level.

    Watching this movie with its tweed, Wes Anderson style uniforms, it's cute child stars,…

  • Another Round

    Another Round


    While surprisingly entertaining and accessible, what I think that this film lacks is a clear destination or message.

    Still might end up being the Fight Club for teachers though.