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  • The Blackcoat's Daughter
  • Sauna
  • Ravenous
  • Detention

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  • The Northman


  • The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent


  • Spider-Man: No Way Home


  • Miami Blues


Pinned reviews

  • Escape the Field

    Escape the Field


    “Writer/director Emerson Moore is smart enough not to do too much, instead letting the half-baked puzzles and vague gestures at worldbuilding give the film its foundation. This is a film about turning limitations into strengths: start with a cornfield that obscures the need for complicated production design, throw in a few moments of gore, and let the Redbox dollars pretty much mint themselves.”

    Read the full review at the Austin Chronicle.

  • Moonfall


    “If there is a saving grace to Moonfall, it’s that this may be the right film for the right moment. We the people are in desperate need of emotional catharsis, and a movie where the United States military threatens to nuke the moon offers no shortage of brainless release. But while there is probably an excellent documentary or book to be written about how the Moonfall production navigated the lockdowns and travel restrictions of COVID-19, the final product barely seems worth the effort.”

    Read the full review at the Austin Chronicle

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Popular reviews

  • The Wall

    The Wall


    Since my friend and I were the only people in attendance for most of the pre-show, we got to chatting with our server. At one point we asked him his thoughts about the movie and, in a moving display of candor, he explained to us that he is a military veteran - eight years of service - and that he had a really tough time adjusting to civilian life after his discharge. To that end, he apologized to us in…

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


    It seems I was emotionally in a very different place at 15 than every other user on Letterboxd.