• Beetlejuice


    Say what you will about Tim Burton but I still think he found a way to literally shrink Michael Keaton bc I truly don't know how he pulled off the forced perspective in this so bloody well.

  • Contact


    An absolutely bizarre and corny movie but it has lots of incredible sequences that only Zemeckis would be attempt, such as the Roger Rabbit on acid wormhole set piece... Jodie Foster gives her everything.

  • I Don't Know Who You Are

    I Don't Know Who You Are

    My dear friend poured his heart and soul into this film and you can see if in every frame. He doesn't shy away from difficult and ugly moments while still managing to be beautifully cinematic in this remarkable debut. Mark Clennon holds up his end of the deal with a committed and tender performance, guiding the audience through his characters up's and downs with grace.

  • Asteroid City

    Asteroid City

    Blown away by this. So relieved I got to catch it before it leaves cinemas ever too quickly (thank god for second run theatres, s/o The Fox!) but I really feel like this might be his best, or rather than best, his most cumulative work in a very meaningful way. All the building blocks and tropes are here but expanded upon, learned from, tuned it and turned up. For example: I've struggled with some of his casting of children and…

  • Magnificent Obsession

    Magnificent Obsession

    okay tear my heart out douglas sirk why dont you

  • The King of Comedy

    The King of Comedy


    Rewatched on VHS -- perfect movie.

  • Another Round

    Another Round

    Kinda like Husbands,,but for science.

  • Sleepless in Seattle

    Sleepless in Seattle

    It might have been that I watched this for the first time(!) on a plane coming home from yet another visit to my long distance partner in NYC, but yeah, this hit me in all the right places.

  • The Long Goodbye

    The Long Goodbye

    That’s Okay with Me.

  • Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.

    Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.

    Rachel McAdams should be in most movies.

  • Pamela, A Love Story

    Pamela, A Love Story

    Our ladysmith lady <3

  • Titanic


    Such a joy to see the 3D remaster -- simply one of the best films.