FAVORITE FILMS are my favorite viewings of last year.

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Favorite films

  • Y Tu Mamá También
  • The Pianist
  • They Live by Night
  • Interview with the Vampire

Recent activity

  • Dirty Dancing


  • Mamma Mia!


  • Manhunter


  • Yellow Cat


Recent reviews

  • Dirty Dancing

    Dirty Dancing


    Dirty Dancing is so precious to so many people that I approached it without reluctance because I was sure I'd get something out of it. Maybe some endearing schmaltz, a little 80s cheese, quality dance spectacle. It was a mindset of "go ahead and take care of this obvious must-see movie".

    I fucking loved it. I unequivocally, unironically loved it. I was instantly on Baby's team because this Jewish family camp-- which is something that I didn't even know existed--…

  • Mamma Mia!

    Mamma Mia!


    I liked watching Baranski and Streep and Skarsgard and everyone else acting out and being silly, but I've taken the rather short road to learning that I don't much care for Abba. Mamma Mia! is brutally corny and I couldn't really hang with its incessant cheeriness or lack of tension.

Popular reviews

  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


    This is the most convincing descent into Hell I've ever witnessed. Yes, I'm only just now getting to it. What's even more embarassing is that I saw the remake and the prequel to the remake in theaters when I was in high school. My ex-girlfriend loved horror so that's where I would take her to make out and half watch the gory whatever going on. So I was exposed enough to the story that I felt prepared for this. I…

  • Tender Mercies

    Tender Mercies


    Tender Mercies feels like an 8 hour movie reduced to its most poetic moments. There are worlds and events and lives surrounding it, but we're living on the fringe of it all. That's not to say there aren't pivotal dramatic events, but there's something about the expanse of sky, whistling wind, and passing cars that gives everything an ethereal feel. It's practically dreamlike. It reminds me of No Country for Old Men in many ways. Not just the land of…