★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 02 Aug 2021
If I was there I would have simply not done those things
★★★★ Rewatched by tomvictor 21 Jul 2021 4
Imagine how much cooler this would have been if they spelled the title with a number. The m8rix.
★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 13 Jul 2021
Yeah sure Jason Lee is just playing Brodie in this but aside from that it’s mostly charming af
★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 01 Jul 2021 2
Oh, your brother’s called Joey Chandler, huh? Who’s his wife, Rachel Phoebe?
★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 24 Jun 2021
Turns out enclosed spaces are more terrifying than literal death. Always good to learn new things
★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 22 Jun 2021 2
I don’t understand how Richard Kind isn’t in this movie
★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 07 Jun 2021
I would die for that cat
★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 24 May 2021
Moral honesty in cinema tends to push you to sympathise with those repeatedly denied it. This is what happens when it moves in the opposite direction
★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 07 May 2021
GOOF: when she’s on the Eurostar, Maureen leaves a space before a question mark instead of texting like a normal person
★★★★ Watched by tomvictor 05 May 2021
there are too many hailees these days, please eliminate one, i am not a crackpot
★★★★ Rewatched by tomvictor 07 Apr 2021
A period piece for what films did in the early 2000s. Everyone is extremely charming and the dialogue is sharp in a crucially non-Sorkin way
★★★★ Rewatched by tomvictor 06 Apr 2021
A horrible film full of flawless performances; a striking presentation of abhorrent events which we’re worse off for having witnessed. Four stars.