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  • Pacific Heights

    Pacific Heights


    Fun little thriller. Not a brain in its head, but it looks great and moves at a nice place. Keaton, as always, rules.

    The greatest thing is all the armchair Letterboxd revolutionaries who angrily logged this film and informed us that this is "landlord propaganda."

    Comrades, I salute you for warning the 21st century about a 30 year old movie that was pretty much forgotten about by the culture a year after it was released. I was there in 1990,…

  • Swallow



    Hunter (Haley Bennett) is like a porcelain doll made real. Her white skin is colored by gentle red circles on her cheeks. The bob hairdo emphasizes the smallness of her face. Her voice is soft, hesitant, aching to please people. When her husband, Richie (Austin Stowell), asks her to tell his parents a childhood story, Hunter barely gets started before Richie’s mega-wealthy father (David Rasche) interrupts her and begins talking business with his son. Hunter doesn’t try to carry on…

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  • Magnum Dopus: The Making of Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

    Magnum Dopus: The Making of Jay and Silent Bob Reboot


    Me from 1995-2001: "Kevin Smith is fucking hilarious, dude. Mallrats? Shit is awesome. He's one of my biggest writing influences. Him and Tarantino, man."

    Me from 2004-2008: "His newer stuff doesn't feel like him."

    Me after Cop Out: "What the hell? What the hell?"

    Me after Red State: "Huh, maybe he's rebounding. That was pretty solid."

    Me after Tusk: "All right, I'm done with Kevin Smith movies. What a waste of my time, his time, and God's time."

    Me when…

  • Big Top Pee-wee

    Big Top Pee-wee


    Hadn't seen this since the mid 90s. Completely forgot this family film ends with Penelope Ann Miller marrying the four Piccolapupula brothers, meaning there's a good chance she's getting gangbanged three to four times a week. The soreness...

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  • The Squeeze

    The Squeeze

    Michael Keaton predicted 9/11.

  • Jack-O


    Worth watching for the DVD commentary, in which the director and Fred Olen Ray get into a yelling match and say 'fuck you' to each other at least a dozen times. If you ever wanted to hear a director nearly have a nervous breakdown, pop this in.