Adam Kempenaar ★★ 21
Love the conceit of this. Her perspective, moving in reverse, beginning with heartbreak – alternating with His, moving forward, beginning with romantic (and lustful) bliss. Then why did the structure…
Josh Larsen ★★★½ 1
It’s astonishing, and a bit sad really, how prescient Real Life was in retrospect. In 1979, Albert Brooks had already predicted and skewered the contrived inauthenticity of reality television with…
Josh Larsen ★★★★ 2
Not a princess. Not a tomboy. Simply, uniquely Merida. (Full review here.)
Paul White ★★½
Canuxploitation classic that is more funny than scary now, especially with the dog-rats (shades of The Killer Shrews!) and the weird subplot with Lisa Langlois trying to seduce her teacher.
Ian Loring ★★★★
Moore is dependably fantastic, the film around her solid but its her performance which really sells the thing.