Groovy, baby. I love Bobby Hill in this one
Kung Pow: Enter the Fist 2002
Once again this movie proves to be one of the best movies I’ve ever seen in my entire life. It takes some skill to make such an incredibly… powerful movie in such a masterful way. Truly a beautiful piece of cinema
The Whale 2022
*Coughing & Sobbing*
Big sad movie with big sad man, eating a big meatball sub with extra cheese.
I liked the writers aspect of this one and Brendan Fraser from Monkeybone was an excellent cast. Somber soundtrack was cool. Idk I watched this like a week ago but it was fine, I don’t really care about a lot of the other characters throughout this movie. Love the ending getting dunked on by film Twitter. Sorry, Cameron
"A woman’s heart is a deep ocean of secrets."
I celebrated Titanic's 25th Anniversary by watching James Cameron's epic retelling in theaters, remastered in 4k and also 3D. On Valentine's Day on a Valentine's Day date no less! Admittedly, the 3D was a very interesting and enhancing touch. I'd love to see more movies remade with added depth
Titanic is a wonderfully tragic tale of not only the unsinkable ship of dreams (spoiler alert: it sinks), with a sincere…
I fell asleep ~40 minutes into this movie and during that time I did not have a single clue as to what the fuck was happening. All I know is that I'd love to hitch a ride with Danny Glover in that sweet ride of his
Snakes on a Plane 2006
Two words: snake vision
Flight of the Phoenix 2004
Harrison Ford Jr. flies a plane into the desert and Dr. House is casually hanging. Also Dean’s brother was there. And I think that other guy was a nazi?
I watched this movie as a young boy and the only thing I remember was that somebody while taking a piss, which has almost happened to me before. So I can relate to this movie a lot
Honestly I was along for the apprehensive ride, despite everyone knowing how this movie ends
The Graduate 1967
"Well, it's very comfortable just to drift here."
A wildly entangled love travel between a fresh graduate, a wealthy mother, and said mother’s daughter. Watched in my local library's auditorium with about 50 old people where an open discussion 'twas held between all of us.
The Graduate is one of those movies that I know in my heart is 5 stars, but can't possibly comprehend why on my first ever viewing. Lots of symbolism and deeper meanings (date I say Kubrick-style?)…
Thirteen Lives 2022
Possibly Ron Howard's most impressive work, right behind How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
All jokes aside, this movie was tense as hell. I had no preconceived notion the depths I was about to ensudre throwing this on a Wednsday evening. I've seen more than enough horror cave stories (2) to realize splunking is not for me and I will likely ever enter a cave ever again
Based on true, terrifying and claustrophobic events, despite looking just like your iconic Hollywood…
The Lighthouse 2019
"How Long Have We Been On This Rock? Five Weeks? Two Days? Help Me Recollect."
One thing I particularly love about The Lighthouse is the unknown passage of time that surrounds the unfortunate tale of these two belligerently insane seamen. The funny thing is that they are both extremely fucked up before even getting to the rock in which they stay, tending to the light and the house attached to it.
I'll never grow tired of showing this movie to…