• The Firm

    The Firm


    Cruise is completely incapable of playing a normal guy, and yet he’s always playing characters named Mitch, or Ethan, or Pete… it’s like if his ear got cut off, he would start shaking and grow another one. I’m totally obsessed with him

  • Final Destination

    Final Destination


    Craziest lower-lip acting in movie history oh my god put that thing away!!

  • Barbarian



    This movie LOVES playing “what’s behind that door” and as someone who also loves playing that game, I think this movie rocks

  • Kicking and Screaming

    Kicking and Screaming


    Watched this and ate a really good sandwich. Things aren’t so bad

  • The Age of Innocence

    The Age of Innocence


    However much praise and love Thelma Schoonmaker gets for her work, it’s really not enough. Arguably the great editor of film. There’s so much flourish and sensuality in her cuts in this one — it really takes your breath away. Anyways can we call this situationship cinema??

  • Jeepers Creepers

    Jeepers Creepers


    We laughed

  • Sorcerer



    I think if I was there it would’ve been fine

  • Bottoms



    Ayo capping off her amazing year with a new season of Iconography? Please and thank you

  • Erin Brockovich

    Erin Brockovich


    Sheryl Crow fans rejoice

  • Ocean's Thirteen

    Ocean's Thirteen


    Weirdly one of the movies I’ve seen the most, since it was one of the only DVDs I owned when I was a young kid sneaking viewings on my portable DVD player instead of sleeping.

    Fun but also nonsense, much like 12, but this doesn’t have the inventiveness or the rebellious streak that makes that one interesting. Lots to like, but I always feel weird writing in depth on here so I’ll call it a day 🫡

  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist


    Watching your loved one succumb to sickness and knowing you can do nothing to ease their pain no matter how loudly they scream and beg for comfort. Scary for the the obvious reasons but also because everything is tangible, and built on a foundation of humanity. Every character is fleshed out in a way that reveals their hearts and vulnerabilities. The frightening thing isn’t inaccessible or entirely unknowable either — it’s upstairs. It’s down the hall, behind that door. You…

  • Ponyo



    Didn’t get a table at trivia, pastrami sandwich was dry… things were looking down, so we had to watch something to turn things around. Not enough movies are about having a friend named Ponyo who loves ham and can do magic