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Favorite films

  • Dirty Dancing
  • Fried Green Tomatoes
  • The Hours
  • The NeverEnding Story

Recent activity

  • Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

  • Broadway Melody of 1940

  • Talk to Me

  • Lethal Weapon 4

Recent reviews

  • Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

    Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

    The animation is so creative and really adds to an already good story. The different art styles set the mood and tone of the different sequences.

    I found the story surprisingly mature. The plot was interesting, the characters were complex, and the villain was genuinely unsettling. As someone who grew up with cartoons that scared me a little as a kid, I appreciated seeing one that probably would have been right up there for me when I was little.

  • Broadway Melody of 1940

    Broadway Melody of 1940

    The movie was far more entertaining to watch than the first, Academy Award Winning, The Broadway Melody. Although that one did have the hindrance of being original movie musical that so many others would follow in the footsteps of, including this one.

    This one, however, had Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell dancing to Cole Porter songs. The dance numbers are more composed and styled for the screen. While there may be Astaire films with more memorable numbers and with a…

Popular reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    This was good and different and funny and sad and sweet and weird. It was an absolute original experience of a movie and I think I appreciated that as much as I liked it.

    The editing, the seamless effects, the soundtrack, the costume design, the make-up, the art direction were all at the top of their game. The fight choreography was deeply creative and well-shot. The story was unique and moving. I loved how you could marvel at the absurdity…

  • Miss Annie Rooney

    Miss Annie Rooney

    This is a really charming little movie about young love and teen culture in the early 1940s. It really stands out as something unique compared to a lot of the older films I've seen. Just getting to see teenagers (played by actual teenagers) hanging out together and talking in their really specific slang and dancing the jitterbug makes this movie a really cute time capsule.

    I'm sure there's a pretty good chance that the actual teens of 1942 cringed at…