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  • An Unmarried Woman
  • Beetlejuice
  • The Long Goodbye
  • Green Room

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  • Saw II

  • Saw

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Pinned reviews

  • Bottoms



    A studio made a big dumb weird absurd comedy stuffed with jokes. Truly overflowing with jokes. I’m so happy. If everyone sees this maybe they’ll make some more. Thank fucking god!

    NOTE: tone is bonkers in a wonderful way- feels like the intersection of the scenes in Not Another Teen Movie that parody She’s All That, the sight gags in Airplane, the scene in Orange County where all the girls start doing a synchronized dancto Crazytown, and the line in Wet Hot American Summer where David Hyde Pierce exclaims, “oh, fuck my cock.”

  • Babylon



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

    I shut off my DVD screener of this after the opening party sequence because I thought I needed to see it on a giant screen and I was right. I loved this. So funny, so profane, the Boogie Nights-ification of Singing In The Rain I didn’t know I needed. Margot Robbie career best. Tobey Maguire incredible. Rory Scovel!!!! It makes me sick thinking people will be looking at their phones while this plays on HBOMax in the background in 3-6…

Recent reviews

  • Saw II

    Saw II

    Absolutely thrilled to report that this is way better than the first one. It doesn’t look as much like it was shot inside an escape room or laser tag course and the acting is about 30-45% better too which goes a long long way. Decent reveal too? Whannel/Wan, you’re spoiling me!

  • Saw


    You know how when you go to Halloween Horror Nights or some other branded horror theme park and they’ll have a super cheap looking barely licensed haunted house version of a horror movie with low grade props and costumes and backdrops?

    Saw is a zero budget officially licensed Se7en haunted house you pay $45 for and kind of regret.

Popular reviews

  • Malcolm & Marie

    Malcolm & Marie

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

    In college I took a playwriting class and my final project was a piece called Fighting. It was a collection of three scenes in which pairs of people are, yes, fighting. One was a violent physical altercation between two guys going at it after a botched robbery, one was a farce where two British men quibble about something (I genuinely forget), and one was, regretfully, a breakup scene between a couple who just can’t make it work because if memory serves…

  • Confess, Fletch

    Confess, Fletch


    What if I told you that a studio comedy comes out this week with a terrible trailer, no word of mouth/buzz, seemingly no marketing budget/campaign to speak of, and it’s actually quite good??*

    I don’t understand what happened. This movie is just extremely solid throughout.  Hamm does a phenomenal job of embodying the character mostly because his funniest moments are smaller than you might be used to with Comedy Hamm. He’s kind of doing something closer to those moments where…