Every film could be improved by adding Eugenio Derbez to the cast.

  • Mona Lisa Smile

    Mona Lisa Smile


    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Kirsten Dunst does her best work when she’s playing a snotty brat.

  • What We Leave Behind

    What We Leave Behind


    This story really hit home. Iliana Sosa pulls off something so special here, and I loved it with my whole heart. 

    From my review

    “In Sosa’s film, I saw the final year of my grandfather’s life. Like Julián, he was a strong-willed Mexican man who was always better prepared for his own death than the rest of us. Seeing Julián on his deathbed, I bristled at first, not only because it brought up painful memories, but because it felt like…

  • X



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    You know you’re in for some shit when someone in a horror movie says, “Sheriff, I think you’re gonna want to see this…”

    Ti West made Old, but scarier, funnier, and much hornier.

  • Under the Influence

    Under the Influence


    like watching a slow motion car crash

  • The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent


    This is the exact type of movie Cameron Diaz would have cut the trailer for in The Holiday (ie: absolutely batshit, but in a good way). 

    It might not be unpredictable, but it’s fun as hell. Nic Cage is the perfect actor with the perfect filmography to build a meta action comedy around, and Pedro Pascal’s energy is just infectious and a blast to watch.

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Holy shit. 

    A story that begins with a tax audit and morphs into something so unexpectedly deranged and complex that, 36 hours later, I’m still wondering how I was laughing at hot dog fingers and butt plugs one minute and sobbing like a baby the next.

    It was a wild ride that I never wanted to end. Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, and Ke Huy Quan anchor the insanity, and ultimately sell us on an achingly real family love story. 


  • The Batman

    The Batman


    I know some people think it’s cheesy to hear a grown man earnestly say things like “I’m vengeance” in a gritty voice but to those people I say this: do you really think a mega-rich, deeply traumatized orphan boy wouldn’t say wildly out of touch things like that?? He’s walking through Gotham in a cape!! With bat ears!! Just staring and frowning!!

  • Kimi



    a good popcorn movie! but also, as a fan of the stuck-at-home thriller genre… I desperately need filmmakers to find a new reason that their main character can’t leave the house. I can’t to another hand sanitizer routine reveal 😩

  • Spencer



    great gowns, beautiful gowns

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    This movie made me feel insane… like, at one point, I started to wonder if I was having some kind of psychological break in the theater. Don’t get me wrong, I love 70s California, and I’m all for a coming of age, meandering story that prioritizes vibes over actual plot, but there were so many awkward and distracting elements, I wondered how anyone was enjoying this. 

    To start with the obvious, there’s the age gap. It was impossible for me…

  • I Want You Back

    I Want You Back


    absolutely no notes for manny jacinto