• The Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast Club


    I don’t identify with anyone in this movie. Which I guess makes it a pretty accurate reflection of my high school experience.

  • Putney Swope

    Putney Swope


    “Boss, don’t fire me! I got a wife, three kids, and a Shetland pony!”

  • Billion Dollar Brain

    Billion Dollar Brain


    I was born and raised in Texas and can confirm that Ed Begley’s portrayal of General Midwinter is 100% authentic. Walk into any central Texas barbecue joint on a Sunday afternoon and you’ll meet thirty dudes just like him except without the means to invade Latvia.

  • Murder by Death

    Murder by Death



  • Altered States

    Altered States


    Gonna tell my kids this is Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.

  • Funny Farm

    Funny Farm


    There’s a wide shot of some carolers near the end that gets very subtly photobombed by a random cat that wanders in and sits, barely visible, just inside the frame, and it’s nice and it made me happy.

  • Lone Star

    Lone Star


    Still thinking about what a red flag Bunny’s mix of Aggies/Longhorns/Cowboys/Oilers gear was. Good God man RUN.

  • Rollerball



    I'd watch a whole movie about Ralph Richardson begging a computer not to embarrass him. Relatable content.

  • The Rookie

    The Rookie


    A towering achievement in self-parody.

    I’m amazed Zucker, Abrahams, and Zucker had nothing to do with this.

    Was the biker bar / dog fighting ring full of violent criminals really chilling out to smooth jazz in the original cut or did Warner Bros. cheap out on a music license for home video? Either way, pure gold.

  • Throne of Blood

    Throne of Blood


    If you like horses that never stand fucking still then this is the film for you.

  • Working Girl

    Working Girl


    Mike Nichols has a head for business and a body of much better work.

  • Killer Joe

    Killer Joe


    If I didn’t know who William Friedkin was and you told me this was his first feature film I’d believe you.