★★★★½ Watched by tomvictor 12 Jul 2021
Spike Lee was 32 when this came out. When I was 32 I was inventing cocktails for a throwaway joke in a gift book.
★★★★½ Watched by tomvictor 10 Jul 2021
Unrealistic, no journalist answers their phone this quickly
★★★★½ Rewatched by tomvictor 06 Jun 2021
Billy Crystal’s hairline has survived a lot better than you’d expect from watching this
★★★★½ Watched by tomvictor 04 Jun 2021
Bo Burnham? More like Bo Niver. Shut up Tom
★★★★½ Watched by tomvictor 27 May 2021
The final half hour was the weakest part of the film but it also introduced Mathieu Amalric so it’s impossible to say if it’s good or not
★★★★½ Watched by tomvictor 24 May 2021
There are only three Jewish films and Michael Stuhlbarg is in two of them
★★★★½ Rewatched by tomvictor 24 Mar 2021
I know what you're thinking. "Tom, how can you justify giving Citizen Kane only four stars but The Mask four and a half?"
That's easy. It's because The Mask is a better film in every respect.
★★★★½ Watched by tomvictor 18 Mar 2021
Like gazing up at a painting and getting punched really fucking hard in the back of the head
If children are more open-minded and less precious than adults, as this film suggests, then where does that leave the baby who was born looking like a 45-year-old?
★★★★½ Rewatched by tomvictor 01 Mar 2021
All of what makes Nolan’s later movies good, but without any of the nonsense and unnecessary noise
★★★★½ Added by tomvictor
Robert De Niro is the Simpsons of Hollywood, by which I mean you are duty bound to ignore anything post 2000
★★★★½ Rewatched by tomvictor 18 Feb 2021
First time watching this in a full 15 years and it still has the same impact. It takes Almodóvar no more than 30 seconds to get you invested in a character’s past, present and future and I don’t understand how he does it