• Robin Hood

    Robin Hood

    One of the great films from Disney Animation Studios in this re-telling of a thief who steals from the evil Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham to give to the poor as it is told by animals in a comical and whimsical manner with a stand-out voice performance from Peter Ustinov as Prince John.

  • Bringing Up Baby

    Bringing Up Baby

    An absolutely riotous and off-the-wall screwball comedy that is one of Howard Hawks' finest films in this insane yet lively film about an engaged paleontologist who finds himself in the misadventures of a crazy heiress as it features phenomenal leading performances from Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant.

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp

    Ant-Man and the Wasp

    One of the more entertaining and heartfelt films of the MCU as Peyton Reed's sequel to the 2015 film where Ant-Man and Wasp both team up to find the latter's mother who is stuck in the Quantum Realm while dealing with a mysterious anti-hero and other baddies with their friend Luis helping out as he talks about why Morrissey is such a big deal to Mexicans. If anyone here doesn't like the Moz (despite his political views), then adios!

  • HAIM / Valentine

    HAIM / Valentine

    An exhilarating performance of three songs by HAIM from their 2017 album Something to Tell You that is filmed by Paul Thomas Anderson that showcases 3 women who can definitely play their asses off and create some nice songs.

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

    A rich and intoxicating film from Paul Thomas Anderson that is this gorgeous homage to early 1970s San Fernando Valley in this coming-of-age story about a 15-year old child actor and his infatuation with a 25-year old woman as they embark on a series of misadventures including encounters with an assortment of characters as it features phenomenal breakthrough performances from Cooper Hoffman and Alana Haim.

  • Iron Man

    Iron Man

    The film that began one of the greatest cinematic universes as it revolves around an industrialist playboy-billionaire weapons manufacturer who creates a suit to do good in the world in one of the finest superhero films ever made that features an iconic leading performance from Robert Downey Jr. as the titular character.

  • Eternals

    Eternals

    Despite its emphasis on exposition and world building that does drag the film which could've trimmed 20 minutes, Chloe Zhao's epic story about a group of immortals who would live centuries to watch the evolution of humanity come together for a major event that would shake their ideas about humanity is a solid but messy film that is among one of the weaker entries of the MCU.

  • Toy Story

    Toy Story

    The 1995 landmark film that introduced audiences to computer animation in this touching and witty story about a toy cowboy who meets a new rival in a space ranger toy as they deal with their identities and what it means to be a toy.

  • Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

    Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

    "Get out of here Dewey! You don't want a part of this shit!" "What are you doing?" "It's called cocaine! It turns all of your bad feelings into good feelings! It's a nightmare!" "I think I'd wanna try me some of this cocaine!" And that is how punk rock is born! "ALL RIGHT! AGAIN! FASTER!"

  • Nimic

    Nimic

    A strange yet whimsical short film by Yorgos Lanthimos that explores a professional cellist's encounter with a female mimic who would take over his life in this entrancing and off-the-wall film.

  • Syd Barrett: Under Review

    Syd Barrett: Under Review

    While it does feature some nice insight and rare footage about the legendary yet troubled co-founder of Pink Floyd. The film is more a review of the man's work in his solo career and Pink Floyd's debut album as it never goes on board to flesh out more of Barrett's eccentricities and his music.

  • When Nirvana Came To Britain

    When Nirvana Came To Britain

    One of the finest documentaries from the BBC about Nirvana and the relationship they had with Britain from 1989 to 1992 as this small band from Aberdeen, Washington who gained a loyal following in the U.K. and were the champion of underground music fans and critics.