• Pretenders


    What did Jane Levy do to deserve this?

  • The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

    The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

    Not even Adam Driver could save this messy jumble of a film.

  • Secondhand Lions

    Secondhand Lions


    It's cute, and I understand why it's one of my grandpa's favorite movies. It's good to see two old guys having fun together

  • The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford


    It's crazy that 2007 gave us some of the best modern western films, but I won't complain. Andrew Dominik is a master of demystifying American myths and legends. The tension between James and Ford was so heavy-handed, yet mesmerizing. Striking cinematography from Deakins. Enchanting score from Cave and Ellis. Just an excellent period piece overall.

  • Zoolander 2

    Zoolander 2


    Definitely more stupid than the first, but it wasn't too awful. Still watchable, and got laughs out of me. It's disappointing that Ben Still isn't as good at capturing the wistful sadness in Derek Zoolander's eyes now that he's older.

  • Pain and Glory

    Pain and Glory


    Beautiful, moving, vibrant. Everything that makes a good Almodóvar film good.

  • Humboldt County

    Humboldt County


    Mourning the death of Succession by watching other things where Jeremy Strong plays a deeply sad and lost man

  • Paper Moon

    Paper Moon


    Paper Moon is a funny, charming and delightful movie with a great father-daughter dynamic and one of the best child performances I have ever seen. It is consistently heartwarming without leaning too much into the overly saccharine. Simultaneously classic and timeless. New comfort watch.

  • American Gigolo

    American Gigolo


    Endlessly cool, stylish and thrilling. Schrader has a way of torturing his leads with their own isolation and self-loathing. The soundtrack is as moody as the lighting. Richard Gere is at peak male performance here. I wish I got around to the new series before my Showtime subscription expired lol.

  • 80 for Brady

    80 for Brady


    Not too big to admit I shed a few tears while watching this. Just an overall fun and carefree time. Seeing these ladies having a blast and goofing off was a great theater experience. I love the chaos and variety at the box office right now. I hope it stays this way.

  • Zoolander



    Packed with a ridiculous amount of good jokes.

  • The Cat's Meow

    The Cat's Meow


    Kirsten Dunst is so captivating, and Hollywood is so soulless. It had glimmers of promise, but I was expecting more from Bogdanovich.