• Mothlight



    i would love to see this projected on film one day

  • Love Streams

    Love Streams


    love all the bits of surrealism in the last 40 minutes. the music number, the random cuts to black during sarah’s dream, the dog turning into a man who sits with robert in his living room for a few minutes…… all of this very moving 

    John and Gena forever!

  • It's Always Fair Weather

    It's Always Fair Weather

    Gene Kelly tap dances in roller skates!!!!!!🔥🔥🔥

  • Nope


    Peele is just such an exciting filmmaker and i hope he’s able to make whatever he wants for how ever long he wants. i’ll always be there opening weekend!

    ive been thinking about the Keke Palmer bike slide and the shot of Daniel Kaluuya being revealed on the horse in the smoke in the final sequence since i left the theater. genuinely riveting.

  • Blue Velvet

    Blue Velvet


    always thinking about the great interview where David Lynch says he sees this as a neighborhood film, prompting the interviewer to ask what he meant by that and Lynch replying “it takes place in a neighborhood”

  • Miami Vice

    Miami Vice


    this just absolutely rules!!! i was thinking a lot about how great the romance aspects of this are during this rewatch

  • Millennium Mambo

    Millennium Mambo

    i love the opening sequence and ending very very much

  • Widows



    one of the very best films of the 2010s decade

  • La Notte

    La Notte

    Antonioni’s run of films in the 60s was just insane

  • Casino



    ive never been a fan of the notion thrown around that Scorsese only makes mob/crime films, but more specifically grouping all his films that involve mob/crime stuff into one because i always get something different and feel a different way after each of them (goodfellas, mean streets, irishman, departed, and now casino).

    that being said i love this and i continue to be in awe of how Schoonmaker and Scorsese structure and edit big epics like this and in general, all time great duo!

  • Mr. Arkadin

    Mr. Arkadin

    im interested in seeing all the different cuts but today i watched the corinth version which bogdanovich discovered

  • Memoria



    very glad that the memoria screening tour came to my local theater, this was an absolute life changing cinematic experience! the soundscape of this is just incredible, i was truly enamored by it. my body had genuine physical reactions to it i think i jumped out of my seat like three times!!!

    i am so grateful for the films of Apichatpong Weerasethakul.