Is it weird for a 34-year-old man to be really into a movie about a horny teenage girl? This reminded me of the way I felt as a kid discovering CLERKS for the first time, where it was like a film was made just for me, with an honesty and perspective that other movies lacked. I have a hunch DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL is going to be that movie for a lot of young women.
My first rewatch of the 2015 Awards Season Cram Session, mostly to see how it plays without the benefit of suspense. Pretty well, as it turns out. Even if the movie's not quite as tense, it still has great performances, amazing cinematography, a sharp script, and one hell of a moody score. I missed all the business with Kate's cigarettes the first time through.
This is one of those movies where a guy is stuck in a time loop.
This is one of those movies where a guy is stuck in a time loop. And every time he redoes something, he learns a little.
This is one of those movies where a guy is stuck in a time loop. And every time he redoes something, he learns a little. It's also the rare summer blockbuster that is very well-written; funny, smart, and it all…