• The Hunt

    The Hunt

    It's haunting. Better than most modern horror movies and it does not have one element of horror in it. Makes you think about how even a false rumor can ruin your life.

  • Before Sunrise

    Before Sunrise

    It might be only dialog, but this is genuine love captured in a bottle. Their chemistry is what makes Before Sunrise my favorite movie about love of all time.

  • Ghostbusters


    I had to smoke weed to get through this one. Still only laughed once. This movie about ghosts needed a soul.

  • Wind River

    Wind River

    Sobering and honest. You want to swallow but it's hard.

  • It


    The kids are phenomenal. Truly captured their characters from the book. But the horror elements are so shamelessly cheap with a hundred jump-scares and awful CGI that I felt no sense of threat throughout it. There was no moment in which Pennywise didn't look a horrible monster. Why shapeshift into a clown then?

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    This is an exceptional movie about hate and love and how the one effects the other. It joggles its masterfully characters around that you can't help but feel for every single one of them at the end.

  • Swiss Army Man

    Swiss Army Man

    Throughly enjoyed the weirdness. They made fart-jokes work again. That alone deserves an entry in the book of most "Out-there" movies.

    Worthy sequel to Deadly Hollows.

  • The Belko Experiment

    The Belko Experiment

    This is an example how tone can ruin your movie. At at least tries to be funny at a few scenes.

  • Paterson


    And they said that a movie in which nothing happens is automatically bad. Swallow your words, y'all. Because Paterson is real life at its most beautiful potential.

  • Ingrid Goes West

    Ingrid Goes West

    Audrey Plaza is a blast. You should not root for her in this movie, but she's just so fun to watch even if she's only looking through some shelves.

  • Okja


    Finally a movie which is purely about how food companies brutalize, mistreat, objectify and murder animals for enjoyment. It's shocking and heart-warming in all the right places.

  • Bright


    This is a perfect guide how not to build up your world believably and avoid sprinkling it with likable or relatable characters.