• Something Wild

    Something Wild

    ★★★★

    A fun, funny road trip, A++ soundtrack, Melanie Griffith with Louise Brooks hair, complete roster of Jonathan Demme weirdos in cameo roles, John Waters, Ray Liotta complete psycho energy, a delight. Simple as.

  • Wild Things

    Wild Things

    ★★★

    When the goth girl and the preppy girl team up to accuse you of a sex crime, you know you in trouble!

    Fairly certain the version of this that I rented on Amazon heavily censored the lesbian pool scene, but kept Kevin Bacon's penis in. We all must start stockpiling physical media to stand up against outrages like this.

  • San Andreas

    San Andreas

    ★★★

    Warren Zevon once sung "And if California slides into the ocean, like the mystics and statistics say it will, I predict this motel will be standing, until I pay my bill." Sorry Warren, but this movie shows that it's highly unlikely any structures will be left standing following the "big one" we all know is coming, none will be spared, regardless of bill payment.

  • Red Notice

    Red Notice

    ★★

    With a little bit of Indiana Jones, a little bit of Mission Impossible and a WHOLE lot of heart, this globe trotting game of cat and mouse keeps you guessing who's the cat and who's the mouse? until the very end, but by then the only question you'll have is "when is Red Notice 2 coming out? I need to see what this dynamite action comedy trio gets up to next!!"

  • Sinister

    Sinister

    ★★

    True crime author gets his just deserts.

    Cool concept that sputters into ghostly children and scary face guy-based jump scares.

  • Eternals

    Eternals

    Druig was right: humanity *doesn't* deserve to survive.

  • The Devil Wears Prada

    The Devil Wears Prada

    Frump discovers working in the Anorexia Industry is tough but FAIR.

  • Legally Blonde

    Legally Blonde

    ★★★

    A nice movie about how the beautiful, kind-hearted and fun-loving move from California to the East Coast and are immediately spat upon and abused by the ugly, pretentious and miserable simply because they look and sound stupid.

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    They should have called this one "James Bond Dies"

    Lots of cool, classic Bond shit in the first half, but I got bored as soon as Rami Malek and his poison island were introduced.

  • Old Henry

    Old Henry

    If you like Tim Blake Nelson talking in a laconic old tymey way and Stephen Dorff as a villain, then run, don't walk to see this! The kind of Western they just don't make anymore!

  • McBain

    McBain

    ★★★½

    Christopher Walken and his Vietnam buddies do a coup/revolution to overthrow the left-wing(?) narco-government of Colombia. As with all God-Glickenhaus films, it's hard to discern where the seemingly serious movie about drugs, Vietnam, the CIA and politics ends and a movie so wacky The Simpsons jacked the name to parody everything about high-80s style action movies begins. It's also hard to figure out just what the politics actually are, but these porous boundaries and the tension created between these styles…

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

    A movie for anyone who's ever been in love or had a really hot Jewish babysitter. The kind of movie that makes you want to stand up and cheer!