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  • Whiplash
  • Edward Scissorhands
  • La La Land
  • The Truman Show

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  • Fear Street: 1666


  • Space Jam: A New Legacy

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Recent reviews

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666


    The first hour’s folklore horror was not my favorite in the series, although the second half’s return to the 90s ties it all up pretty well.  

    Even though I was not overly invested in the series, I am very impressed by the interwoven nature of three very distinct horror styles, from teen 90s slasher, 70s slasher, to 1600s folklore horror, all whilst making history as a tentpole LGBTQ+ teen horror mini-series.  There is truly nothing quite like this, as far as I am aware.  Bravo.

  • Space Jam: A New Legacy

    Space Jam: A New Legacy

    The first thirty minutes mostly consisted of bad acting and WB force-fed product placement, so I couldn’t help but skim the rest of this.  As a kid who watched the first movie countless times, this was hard to swallow.  Outside of one pretty obvious and funny Michael Jordan joke, the rest of this doesn’t hold up because if we’re not even watching real basketball for the sake of the theme of father-son acceptance, the NBA player cameos and heart better make up for this… and both are near nonexistent.

Popular reviews

  • It



    It's about time a clown reclaims the throne in a big budget Hollywood production! Stephen King's classic reawakens on the big screen with layers of fun, chills, gruesome images, laugh-out-loud moments, and an emotional warmth. "It" is a lot of things, but the director understands the backbone of a great narrative film that allows the audience to, first and foremost, care about the characters and their innocence.

    Because I have not read the book or seen the original adaptation, I…

  • I Love You, Daddy

    I Love You, Daddy


    TIFF #17:

    As a huge fan of Louis CK, I was very excited about his new full length feature that he directed in... June of this year? Well that was quick. He purposely did not promote his new film in order to present to audiences who would have no idea what the feature would be about. He said during the Q&A that he likes the idea of doing this to add the element of surprise and anticipation of the unknown.…