Favorite films

  • The Thing Called Love
  • Heavenly Bodies
  • Cabin Boy
  • Crossing Delancey

Recent activity

  • Callaway Went Thataway

  • Queen Takes Pawn

  • Lady on a Train

  • American Graffiti

Recent reviews

  • Callaway Went Thataway

    Callaway Went Thataway

    Any Howard Keel movie I've seen before, he's had a stache. So, absolutely bludgeoned by how much he looks like the low-t führer of florida here.

    Breezy tone, only a few jokes at the beginning, and all 3 are appealing. Capable. Opens on the tv, but no tv throughout. Just simple. I wanted to watch it, so I did, chilled me out, talked to a pal, now we're here.

  • Old


    There's something deeply Pennsylvanian about this.

Popular reviews

  • The Marrying Kind

    The Marrying Kind


    The only perfect movie and they made it just for me. The first movie of the rest of my life. Sweetens all bitter memories. Is it truly a flick if you're not :'D and feeling like heartbreak feels good in a place like this?

    Unbelievably funny and inspiringly well crafted, even the kids are great. Blows the other 5 Cukors I've seen out of the water.

    Divine inspiration all around. I do, I do, I do to all of them.…

  • Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star

    Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star


    Still thinking about this 25 days on, and will forever. Flawless. Impeccably good-hearted. Don Johnson the glue here, any scene he's in is tight as hell.

    The key to this is that it's set in a world without sexual trauma, which is a nice, nay gentle, place to be. gentlecore.

    Consistent with Sandler's softer underdog movies, but even softer ayyyyyy; only non-Sandler Happy Madison flick on which he has a writing credit. That's what you need to know. Subverts expectations,…