• Hamilton



    Much like Come From Away, this is exactly why I love theatre.

  • The Bob's Burgers Movie

    The Bob's Burgers Movie


    I've only seen a handful of episodes of the show, but I could have seen none and still had a great time. The movie is incredibly accessible to fans and non-fans alike, and I'll be watching a lot of the show after this.

  • Catwoman: Hunted

    Catwoman: Hunted


    Despite only being 70 minutes, it's 20 minutes too long, to the point where I thought the movie was done: it hits the final moment, and I go to stand, but it just keeps going.

    Pretty fun, though. Mostly great animation (a couple of CG shots in the car chase look bad when compared to the anime style of the film), but it was a good time.

  • Predator



    Maybe it's because I've been told this is one of the best action movies of the 80s and my expectations were high, but this really didn't do anything for me.

    The final confrontation is what saved it for me, and I was surprised how many quotes I knew but didn't know were from this movie.

    I would like to watch Prey, but the Comanche version isn't working in my Disney+ for some reason.

  • Tripod vs The Dragon

    Tripod vs The Dragon


    Best lighting design in any show ever.

  • Not Okay

    Not Okay


    It's Dear Evan Hansen, but better.

  • The Gray Man

    The Gray Man


    $200 million for this? How?

  • Ambulance



    Does Bay overuse the drones? Absolutely.

    Did I love it every time? You better believe it.

  • Treasure Planet

    Treasure Planet


    I'm with the majority of people who have watched this movie. By that, I mean I wish I watched it well before today, because this is a masterpiece.

    I know it's an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's book (though it surprises me that I remembered who it was) but the writing is impeccable. One of the deepest Disney films, containing some of the best character work they've done.

    The merging of 2D and 3D animation is beautifully dynamic and energetic. This movie is simply fantastic, and I wish I saw it years ago.

  • Thor: Love and Thunder

    Thor: Love and Thunder


    Great title, and I love how it ties into the story being told. I didn't like most of said story, but the title fits.

    Jane and Thor's romance, and Gorr the God Butcher are the highlights. Very few jokes landed for me, and I think another draft would have fixed a lot of the issues.

  • The Lego Movie

    The Lego Movie


    If I have one criticism of this movie, it's that there may be too many jokes and they come at you so fast that you don't catch them all. That is not a bad issue to have.

    Having not seen this since I was a kid, I picked up a few for the first time. Octan making all history books and voting machines is such a quick detail I'd never noticed, but I caught it this time.

  • Come from Away

    Come from Away


    Every aspect of this show reminds me why I love the theatre.

    One of the best musicals, and one of the best proshots from the 2000s. I would pay to be in something this good.