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  • Inside Llewyn Davis

    Inside Llewyn Davis


    This is my first Coen Brothers film (I know, I know!) and I am sold. I have so much I want to say about this, I had to sleep on it before I even attempted it, and I still don’t trust I’m going to hit it all, but we’re giving it a shot. 

    I watched this anticipating it would complement a very specific mood I was in, and I was absolutely correct. I’m the kind of person who doesn’t always…

  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit


    I sat through the whole credits, grinning with tears streaming down my face. I have not seen a movie this good that I loved this much in a very long time. Absolutely nothing about this should work and somehow it all comes together to make a film that is darkly hilarious, surprisingly poignant, and all around a masterpiece. No detail is unaccounted for and it is a film made in the details with unbelievable performances from all. This movie might…

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  • Bliss



    For your consideration, Bill Nye the Science Guy for Best Supporting Actor

  • Hell W10

    Hell W10


    When I heard The Clash made a silent neorealist gangster movie on a whim from frontman Joe Strummer that resurfaced after being thought lost, I naturally had to watch it.

    For being a bunch of musicians doing this essentially for kicks, this is far better than it had any right being and I'm kind of obsessed with it. Of course, I'm biased as a huge Clash fan, but this is a surprisingly compelling gangster film in a 50-minute package that…

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  • A Matter of Life and Death

    A Matter of Life and Death


    One of the greatest moments in all of cinema is when Marius Goring looks at the camera and says “one is starved for technicolor up there.”

  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver


    Martin Scorcese is one of those directors who is so legendary and monolithic that I often forget just how good he really is. I've said it before and I'll say it again, the man knows how to make a movie.

    I talked about this when I watched Raging Bull several months ago, but Scorcese's command of the camera is absolutely incredible. The way he allows it to move throughout these worlds and tell these stories is incredible. He allows it…