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  • The Iron Giant
  • Do the Right Thing
  • The Young Girls of Rochefort
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  • Akira

    ★★★★

  • Showbiz Kids

    ★★★★

  • Dead Horizons

    ★★★

  • Oh, Hello on Broadway

    ★★★★

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  • Soul

    Soul

    ★★★★★

    My niece is at that tender age where they’re always asking questions. 

    “What’s that? Who are they? Where are they going? Why is that funny? Why are you crying? What’s THAT??” And that’s great! I was curious at her age too, and this movie encourages viewers of all sizes to ask big questions. But I’ve never seen this movie either, so when I didn’t have a good answer I usually said “I don’t know yet. Let’s find out together”. She…

  • Six Degrees of Separation

    Six Degrees of Separation

    ★★★★★

    Ok. Y’all wanna see a REAL six degrees of separation?

    There’s a scene early on where Will Smith says his dad is directing a movie-version of the musical Cats.

    And he says this... to IAN MCKELLEN.

    “Someone is directing a film of Cats?” Stockyard Channing inquires while SITTING NEXT TO IAN MCKELLEN.

    “Surely they can’t make the movie of Cats”, Donald Sutherland groans, INCHES FROM IAN MCKELLEN.

    “He's going to use PEOPLE”, Will boasts, which IAN LAUGHS AT - YA…

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  • Akira

    Akira

    ★★★★

    Hadn’t seen since high school. All I really remembered was “the bike slides are cool”, last time I didn’t appreciate the hyper-vigilant detail in the world building & grotesque beauty of the design, the haunting soundtrack, the themes of government corruption, civilian rebellion and the decay of civilization. The footprint this film left on anime as a medium and pop culture as a whole is unmistakable.

    But again, can confirm, the bike slides are still cool.

  • Showbiz Kids

    Showbiz Kids

    ★★★★

    When I first moved to LA I lived at the Oakwood Apartments, which are infamous for a number of reasons. One of which is it’s the hub aspiring child stars & their stage moms stay during pilot season and let me tell you… the desperation is suffocating. That palpable pressure, the lost childhood, and don’t get me started on the hypersexualization. The meanest person I’ve ever worked with in this industry was a child star featured in one of the movies…

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