Favorite films

  • There Will Be Blood
  • Barry Lyndon
  • A Ghost Story
  • Mommy

Recent activity

  • I Stand Alone


  • The Player


  • Old


  • Space Jam: A New Legacy

Recent reviews

  • I Stand Alone

    I Stand Alone


    Gaspar Noes first full length film and also his least impressive imo. It is a good film but it came off a bit one dimensional and didn’t quite build up to anything I’d say is worth sitting through the graphic content and sensitive subject matter dealing with molestation. Still, Noe sets the tone perfectly for who he wanted to be as a filmmaker and I believe he’s evolved since this films release. 6/10

    Video review: youtu.be/QcNbROfv_5w

  • The Player

    The Player


    My first Robert Altman film. I can’t say that I’m that huge on it, but I did enjoy it and It’s gotten me much more interested in Altman as a filmmaker considering the direction is what I found to be the most impressive aspect of it. It’s a meta, comedic and satirical approach to exposing and making fun of the cynical and greedy elite producers in the hollywood bubble. Even though the direction of camera is fantastic, the cinematography itself…

Popular reviews

  • Pig



    PIG is a film that I knew nothing about going into it, except for the fact that it starred the legend himself Nic Cage, and it absolutely blew me away. What a beautiful, sincere, honest and human film this was. I don’t wanna give too much away but it’s a film that reminds us how love and identity is deeply rooted to simple things like food and nature. Please seek this film out if you can. It’s an incredibly impressive directorial debut from Michael Sarnoski. 9/10

    Video Review: youtu.be/1If32GPREl4

  • Joker



    This was the most insane and memorable cinematic experience I’ve ever had with a comic book film. Seriously, Joaquin Phoenix is a treasure and gives the performance of a lifetime here. Easily in contention with Heath Ledger as the best Joker performance of all time. Todd Phillips directed this film to perfection where the vast majority of the films world, atmosphere and events feel incredibly believable on top of being aesthetically stunning to look at. It’s thematically rich, beautifully ironic,…