• Money Plane

    Money Plane

    Very much worth the watch, this movie is straight terrible! Who wants to watch a bad direct-to-dvd movie just hoping it will be funny enough to afford the time wasted?

    Well, I've solved your problem for you. Though I give it a 1 star review, I also "liked" this movie because it's just so stupid in the best possible way. Characters barely interact in the same scene, and all THREE Lawrence brothers act in it for some strange reason.

    Do me a favor and watch it!

  • The Towering Inferno

    The Towering Inferno


    Incredible special effects even by today’s standard. This is an actual ensemble piece, with a dozen characters keeping the story fresh.

    And YOU WILL NOT KNOW WHO DIES. Anyone can perish in a fire

  • The White Tiger

    The White Tiger


    A bit like Parasite, but not quite as good or thematically moving.

  • Jiu Jitsu

    Jiu Jitsu


    If you're wondering, yes, this movie is terrible in the best possible way. Very much worth watching

  • Dick Johnson Is Dead

    Dick Johnson Is Dead


    Wonderful movie straddling the line between comedy and grief we go through losing a family member.. an ode to great fathers, to great daughters, and an artifact all of us wish we’d have when parents get old and frail

  • Outside the Wire

    Outside the Wire

    Normally would rank this movie 3 stars, but it succeeded in what it's trying to do.

    Like many of the Netflix action films made in the last year or so, we follow our main characters without much in the way of subplot. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, as the story feels more streamlined.

    Can be watched on a movie night or a casual Sunday

  • Reversal of Fortune

    Reversal of Fortune

    I originally liked this movie as a courtroom drama. But with how low Alan Dershowitz has fallen, I'm lowering my opinion of a movie that makes him a main character

  • The American President

    The American President


    A fine enough movie, but a bit creepy in this modern #metoo age. 

    The president of the United States uses his privilege as head of state to woo a lobbyist. He’s very aware of the power he has, and even at one point tells Annette Benning “if you ran away, I’d find you.”