• Chinese Roulette

    Chinese Roulette


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

    this is just a fucked up version of The Parent Trap

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin


    I'm not putting my donkey outside when I'm sad

    Glad to be living during the Colin Farrell Renaissance

  • The Forgotten

    The Forgotten

    I’ve never seen anything like Vittorio De Seta's documentaries. His films are simple enough, as they broadly follow the daily lives of Italian villagers in the 1950s. However, after multiple viewings of De Seta’s work, I find it clear that the Italian filmmaker is one of the best, among the very few, who can so effortlessly submerge their audience into the world they film. Each De Seta documentary, even though they all mostly take place within Sicily, feels like its…

  • Comfort and Joy

    Comfort and Joy


    Forsyth perfectly captures the melancholic blues of Christmastime, plus Clare Grogan speaking Italian is always great

  • The Signalman

    The Signalman


    A personal favorite because it still manages to be haunting and effective time and again

  • 61*



    Seemed like a fitting night to finally watch this

    Judge for MVP

  • Italianamerican



    those two minutes at the end where she doesn't know the camera is still rolling are just perfect and it gets me every time

  • Something Wild

    Something Wild


    RIP Ray Liotta, very few could say that they held their own (if not outshined) against peak Pesci & De Niro.

    Also, this movie fucking rocks and it's the most terrifying I've ever seen Liotta.

  • Moneyball



    How can you not be romantic about baseball?”

    the dawn of the modern game

  • Out 1

    Out 1


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


    Thirteen hours of confusion, Balzac, Berto, improv, hidden meanings, conspiracies, and secret codes and I'm still kinda (very) confused

    Worth it though

  • The Beatles: Get Back

    The Beatles: Get Back


    “And now your hosts for this evening, The Bottles”

    I had the most idiotic grin on my face for 8 straight hours

  • Le Doulos

    Le Doulos


    RIP Jean-Paul Belmondo, one of the coolest and most daring to ever do it