• Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

    Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

    Horrible. Awful. I loved it.

  • Lady in the Water

    Lady in the Water

    "That is the moral of a bedtime story. No one is ever told who they are."

  • The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

    The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

    This one goes out to all the hoes who are Going Through It.

  • Righting Wrongs

    Righting Wrongs

    The way he just... *clenches fist*... rights those wrongs

  • An Autumn's Tale

    An Autumn's Tale

    Maybe the most beautifully shot New York movie ever made. Certainly up there with News From Home.

    The second Chow Yun-Fat opened his birthday gift I fuxking screamed and cried nonstop.

  • Romancing in Thin Air

    Romancing in Thin Air

    The movies........

  • Hard Boiled

    Hard Boiled

    "Dreams are supposed to be attainable, like mine. I always wanted to be a musician, but I became a cop... Life should be about fun."

  • Bringing Out the Dead

    Bringing Out the Dead

    "I'd try to ask casually, at bars or on the internet, have you ever experienced a haunting? I made sure to phrase it like that. Not have you ever seen a ghost? I wanted to know about hauntings, specifically. One common thread which interested me was that many of the people who answered said that their places of work were haunted. This was actually more common than peoples' houses being haunted, which I thought was strange, but then again, Bly…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Every era of reddit gets the Joseph Kahn's Detention it deserves. At least this one will give Michelle Yeoh an Oscar I guess...

  • INU-OH


    It's not just the story you tell

    The telling
    The mouth the telling belongs to
    The eyes of the teller
    The form the telling takes

    That transforms the telling
    Into communion

  • Violent Night

    Violent Night

    The production studio logo for this movie is a stick fight animation.

  • Armageddon Time

    Armageddon Time

    Watching both this and The Fabelmans within two days of each other, I am struck with thoughts about the denial of my and my siblings' half-jewish upbringing. Our house was a Catholic, evangelical house throughout our childhood. Judaism, despite being an integral part of my father's family history, was mentioned only in passing, a facet of our genes to ignore as opposed to the immutable truth of our blood.

    I think often now of Nathan Fielder struggling to impart Judaism…