• Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

    Weird: The Al Yankovic Story


    This was so funny. Extremely loud commercial break. I laughed throughout. Extremely loud commercial break. My bologna, my bologna, my bologna.

  • Prisoners



    Watched it again and it's still one of the best movies I've ever seen. I was riveted the entire time, even though I'd seen it before. Everyone is at their best in this. This is acting, this is directing, this is cinematography. I dream of a future where we talk about this like we talk about The Godfather.

  • Meet Dave

    Meet Dave


    This is a dumb movie, but I did genuinely laugh a few times. It's got some funny situational humor where an alien tries to fit in, in NYC. It's kind of like Elf, but with an alien. Also Elf is a much better movie.

  • Molly's Game

    Molly's Game


    This feels like a book more than a movie. The narration tells you how to feel and what to care about and why. But I didn't actually feel anything or care about any of it. Sorkin is such a good writer and the acting is so great that it's a good movie anyway. Still, we already know the perfect director for a Sorkin script. Next time give it to Fincher.

  • The Beatles: Get Back

    The Beatles: Get Back


    Imagine if Peter Jackson was in charge of the Kanye documentary or the one about Shania. Those would have actually been good. He is the king of documentaries right now and I will watch any documentary he makes.

  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?


    Every line of dialogue means one thing when said and then another an hour later. Everything is true and false at the same time. The whole point is revealed from the very beginning, but also not until the very end. Everyone is polite and completely unhinged. This seems like a rediculous movie, but also made by a genius. I'm amazed.

  • Se7en



    When I first watched this years ago, I thought it was one of the best movies I'd ever seen. Having just watched it again, I think differently. The pacing seemed slow to me this time. I know the movie is meant to be methodical, but some scenes seemed unnecessarily long. I kind of wanted things to go a little quicker since the ending is so good. Not a huge complaint since the directing and acting are top notch, but Fincher…

  • The Town

    The Town


    This movie has great action and is very well directed. The only thing that didn't work for me was the love story. I know the story needed the conflict of interest, but I think it ruined the ending. Ben Affleck's character shouldn't just get away. Rebecca Hall's character helps him get away and willingly takes the stolen money he leaves her. They know each other for like a week, why would she change her strong moral stance for him? I didn't buy it. Still, every heist in this movie was amazing. I wish that's all the movie was.

  • What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

    What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?


    Maybe a little slow at times but I think that's intentional. The real stars are the actresses. Bette Davis plays Jane with a one track mind, one worldview, one goal. Even at the end when she has the realization that they could've been friends this whole time, it's not real change. She's crazy from beginning to end. The way that Joan Crawford plays Blanche is great too. You think she's one thing the whole time, but she is actually something…

  • Bandolero!



    The acting is really good. The story is really good. The dialogue is great. It feels ahead of it's time in dealing with darker concepts while having dialogue that comes across as light and self aware. I really liked it.

  • Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl

    Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl


    Shania is great. The actual documentary was not.

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    The most boring of all the Bond movies I've seen