• Killers of the Flower Moon

    Killers of the Flower Moon


    Q&A with De Niro, DiCaprio and Gladstone

    could easily shave off an hour..

  • Eileen



    quirked up Carol for when huffing paint while reading the New Yorker is the vibe

  • Our Home Out West

    Our Home Out West

    Cole’s performance 🤯

  • May December

    May December

    about the south's refusal to be captured, probably

    (need to rewatch, not done with this one yet)

  • Hardcore



    so calvinist o mijn god

    “nobody makes it, nobody shows it, nobody sees it; it’s like it doesn’t even exist.”

    would make a crazy double-feature with Tickled

  • Deathtrap



    Lumet directs the shit out of this

  • An Unmarried Woman

    An Unmarried Woman


    Jill Clayburgh is so good and so beautiful and so real

  • Dial M for Murder

    Dial M for Murder


    in Dolby 3D

    they really talked through the whole plot..

  • Strangers on a Train

    Strangers on a Train


    Farley Granger is so stiff (like, LMAO). but you know what’s even more stiff when he comes on screen? 😔

  • Purlie


    epitome of the idea that the ‘60s and ‘70s were about liberation, rather than today’s fight for equality. would never be done today!! radical in its naked joy at its white villains’ plight, staging the story as a flashback from a rousing funeral for the racist Ol Cap’n.

    so much fun and the music feels lively and contemporary. everyone feels like a real person (knows what sex is; has experienced anger). the staging of “First Thing Monday Mornin’” is ridiculously powerful.

    Melba Moore.

  • The Go-Between

    The Go-Between


    gorgeous pastorals

  • The Iron Claw

    The Iron Claw


    Intro by Sean Durkin, followed by a Q&A with Durkin, Zac Efron, Jeremy Allen White, Stanley Simons and Maura Tierney

    absolutely insane there was a FIFTH wrestler brother who also met a tragic end that was cut for time, but "Academy Award winner Zac Efron" sounds real nice