1080MM

1080 MM (the blog) is named after the gold standard of film for reels which originated, as we all know, in 1080 millimeter reels.

“It’s not what a movie is about, it’s how it is about it.”

Roger Ebert
  • From The Vault
    Birdman (2014) Note: This review was originally posted on my film criticism Patreon, I Don’t Spoil The Movie, in December of 2014. I’m not editing the piece itself, even though my opinions on the film may have changed […]
  • I Didn’t Finish This
    Friday, July 10th Welcome to I Didn’t Finish This, a semi-regular column where I talk about media that I didn’t finish. I have a very, very short attention span. In fact, Mannequin (1987 film) Why did I watch […]
  • What To Watch: April 13
    Welcome to the first entry of my semi-regular column, What to Watch, where I go on and on about the weird things I’m watching and how all of you might like to watch them too. Here’s what’s been […]
  • Moving Forward
    “Context is everything in a fable, because every story has already been told. So the only variations I find are the voice of the storyteller and the context in which it’s told.” – Guillermo Del Toro Everything […]
  • Cats (2019) 2/5
    I saw Cats. I really don’t know how else to start this, the inaugural review on 1080MM. Except that I saw Cats, ten days ago, and I still do not know what to make of it. I think […]

Film Criticism

Cats (2019) 2/5

I saw Cats. I really don’t know how else to start this, the inaugural review on 1080MM. Except that I saw Cats, ten days ago, and I still do not know what to make of it. I think I had some kind of profound metaphysical spiritual experience. I think I may have transcended a dimension.  […]

Captain Marvel (2019) 5/5

There’s always been something pretty incredible to me about movies, as a medium. Compared to some other forms of media, films are a multi-sensory experience that can just transport you to another place in time, like… instantly. My life was kind of an inescapable hell for a long time, as a kid, but my parents […]


1080MM is a project from Carey Kirijo (she/they), who is an enormous idiot. They live with their partner and two very sweet cats (Moose & Cake) somewhere in the middle of the United States. You can find their other film criticism on Letterboxd.

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