Favorite films

  • It's a Wonderful Life
  • Meet Me in St. Louis
  • The Shop Around the Corner
  • Holiday Inn

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  • Phantom Thread


  • Don't Open Till Christmas


  • Brigsby Bear


Recent reviews

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    me? I was the one with a shit eating grin on his face during the entire 133min runtime. been waiting for this night for a while and it was everything and more. 

    an absolute packed house in an almost 100 year old theater with front row balcony seating just giddy as can be because I live for both Los Angeles set films / coming of age tales and throw a director like PTA behind it and you just have an…

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    watched this in PTA preparation for PTA LICORICE PIZZA DAY tomorrow!!! 

    I will admit….this is my first watch. I was put off initially unfortunately to what I thought would be a boring and dragged on story plus I was too busy being obsessed at the time with movies like Florida project and lady bird lol sue me. 

    well I was totally in the mood to get lost in a different time period and boy was this one of the most…

Popular reviews

  • Little Miss Sunshine

    Little Miss Sunshine


    I wanted more Paul dano after watching there will be blood but also fell in love with this movie again all over. 

    It’s been a while and this hit even harder than it did years ago. It’s just great all around. So many rollercoasters of emotions throughout. These characters just make you wanna be apart of this wild dysfunctional family so bad. 

    This also has one of the most fun dance scenes in cinema history. Fight me lol

  • Arsenic and Old Lace

    Arsenic and Old Lace


    …as if I couldn’t love this one anymore. 

    I get to experience this with lots of friends and old folk alike at probably my favorite movie theater I do not get to enjoy enough. The old town music hall. 100 years old this year. This was so fun to see in theaters. Laughing the entire way through. 

    Archie Leach the goat.

    Frank Capra’s most unique and whacky by far. Still can’t believe he made this casually right before enlisting into WWII, gets out and then casually makes It’s A Wonderful Life right after…

    {screened at Old Town Music Hall}