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  • Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton

    Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton


    I remember watching Man on the Moon several years ago and really was taken away by Jim Carrey’s performance as Andy Kaufman. I had no clue who Kaufman was, but the way Carrey transformed himself into the role surprised me but I had no idea about all the behind the scenes antics this movie captures. 

    There’s a line in this documentary that sums it up completely. I’m paraphrasing, but along the lines of “it seemed like the real movie was…

  • Frank



    Quite possibly the weirdest movie I’ve ever seen. I didn’t know too much about Frank going in, I knew who played the main character who wears a fake head the whole time, and knew it was about some struggling band. 

    This movie is so weird that you can’t help but laugh. It pokes fun of the pretentiousness of some bands/artists out there but does it in good spirits. The performances were good all around, but especially Frank. I don’t want…

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  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird


    Wow. What a charming, sweet, raw, genuine film. I went into this movie blind as a bat, no trailers and the only plot I knew was it tells the story of a year in Lady Bird’s life. There was a mix of Brooklyn & Edge of Seventeen but completely stands on its own. 

    Greta Gerwig is now all of a sudden a phenomenal writer and director. The way she was able to make me care all these characters was insane. It’s…

  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love


    I don’t understand how Adam Sandler wasn’t nominated for his performance in this film. This is the best I’ve ever seen from him he’s so great as this character. Jim Carrey also gave some great performances in the late 90s/00s that were oscar worthy but ignored. 

    I loved this movie. It’s so quirky and harmless. It’s so funny and awkward you can’t help but laugh out loud. This is definitely Paul Thomas Anderson’s most personal movie and I loved that.…