I love how Count Dracula goes by the name of Mr. Underhill to hide his true identity.
Do you ever come across a film that seems so perfectly tailored towards a younger version of yourself that it almost scares you?
Much of what I saw here is outright 5-star material. Four half-wits desperately trying to get their hands on KISS tickets is the greatest premise I could possibly think of. As a fan of the band, seeing all the characters in a literal ladies' room and then hearing Ladies' Room being played in the background was a…
If you don't count Brokeback Mountain as a Western, this might be the most beautiful depiction of masculinity anywhere in the genre.
Both protagonists are "soft" characters in the very best sense of the word: They form meaningful and intimate friendships. They are empathetic and caring, and they never try to hide their emotions.
Where all these qualities show best is in the relationship between the two men and Etta Place. Eventhough Etta isn't a gunwoman and rarely accompanies them,…