• Beau Ideal

    Beau Ideal


    Interesting premise with good execution. Very gay. Lots of homosexual tension. Very little Loretta.

  • Annihilation



    Disturbing in the most beautiful of ways. A tectonic shift in your mind. It shatters your soul. A visual poem. So profound and dark yet glittering.

  • Internes Can't Take Money

    Internes Can't Take Money


    Gorgeous doctor and Stany in perrill. Cute gangster flick very vanilla

  • Los evadidos

    Los evadidos


    In beautiful black and white the claustrophobic masculinity of the defeated in their last breath for freedom. Mouth dropping.

  • Avalanche



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    For almost 50 minutes nothing but some business, sport and swingers talk freezes us to boredom and tries to set the mood. Then 2 minutes of thrill less disaster and the rescuing starts to very disappointing ending. Waste of a cause.

  • Jack London

    Jack London


    I don't know enough about history or politics but I can sure recognize a propaganda film when I see one. No matter how storied or filled with hardship and overcoming those it is. A brave attempt but not compelling enough

  • Pinky



    A Kazan film no doubt. A knot forms in your throat of all the old timey injustice. Even this film feels prejudice it doesn't know which side to go. To do.right by its subject matter or to do.right by the audience it was intended for in 1949. Having a happy ending doesn't make it right.

  • A Mother's Prayer

    A Mother's Prayer


    Painful. Linda Hamilton. What a performance. So strong and willing. A chaotic decision filled with fury and sadness. Makes you forget this was a TV movie if not for the drama. A rich cast.

  • She's Gotta Have It

    She's Gotta Have It


    Exquisite and insightful.
    I know that woman. She probably lives inside of me. Her freedom and sexuality is envious. Portrayed in the most beautiful and respectful way.

  • The Fabelmans

    The Fabelmans


    Straightforward and eccentric. Stiff and forced characters in very natural settings. Dreams come true if you are willing to put in the work in spite if everything

  • To Leslie

    To Leslie


    It sure is a phenomenal performance. Gritty, wild and uninhibited. Sad and very very real.

  • Imelda



    A delusional contrast with a carefully divided depiction of reality. Very dangerous to be confused by your won subject.