• Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    Harriet Sansom Harris' single scene-stealing performance still amazes me. She gave it 110%.

  • Thor: Love and Thunder

    Thor: Love and Thunder


    Ahh, another classic Thor adventure!

  • Serendipity



    Manifesting this exact scenario for myself in 2022. 🙏

  • Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

    Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

    Laurie’s actions in the final stretch had me howling! The ending is perfect. Too bad it doesn’t stick.

  • Stillwater



    To the woman seated ahead of me who turned around during the credits, looked directly at me until I made eye contact, and then proclaimed, “Well that was a stupid ending! I hate stupid endings…” No, you’re wrong.

    Although this felt closer to 3 hours long, I found myself caught up in every moment of beauty and pain. It works exceptionally well when it leans into the family drama, which is unfortunately what will disappoint audiences who go into it expecting a nonstop thriller. Props to Matt Damon for his wonderfully subdued performance.

  • She-Devil



    It's pretty wild that Roseanne co-starred in a movie with Meryl Streep. The pink-infused production design is so fetching and Meryl is as amusing as ever that it somehow works. I need everything that Mary Fisher possesses, starting with that mansion.

  • Shithouse



    If its stunning relatability wasn't enough of a reason to admire this film, the palpable affection for 13 Going on 30 and Jennifer Garner sealed the deal.

  • Hustlers



    In 2020, JLo's getting her Oscar! I'm speaking it into existence.

  • Ford v Ferrari

    Ford v Ferrari


    I don't know anything about cars, but this movie absolutely rules. One of the most immersive theatrical experiences I've had.

    Caitriona Balfe channeling Bernadette Fox and also virtually disappearing for the final third of the movie was a bold choice.

  • Home for the Holidays

    Home for the Holidays


    I adore Holly Hunter, and she is undoubtedly the glue that holds this film together. It's a bit uneven at times, but I find it charming and depressing all at once. Isn't that Thanksgiving in a nutshell?

  • Pride



    Where are my lesbians?
    Where are my lesbians?

  • Judy



    Judy is a decent movie but not particularly remarkable aside from the critically-acclaimed lead performance, much like last year's The Wife. Renée Zellweger is fantastic and deserves all the love. There are some pretty touching moments, especially involving long-time Garland fans, as well as rousing musical scenes that kept me mostly entertained.