• Knock Knock

    Knock Knock


    Fuck Eli Roth and this movie. All of his movies.

    Easily the worst movie I've ever seen. Only rating a half star because 0 isn't an option.

    Nothing redeemable about this movie, except the dog doesn't get hurt. Spoilers, I guess for this stupid movie.

    Gonna go watch Euphoria on HBO to make me feel better now.

  • Ricochet



    This might be one of the most insane movies I've ever seen in my entire life.
    The script is wild, the acting is over the top, the lines are fucking silly, & the things the characters do make no fucking sense.

    Great movie to watch with friends and get a laugh, but if I told you any part of what happens in this movie, you would swear I was making it up.

    It's a miracle Denzel had a career after this…

  • The Monster

    The Monster


    This movie is over the top, ridiculous, slapstick. It's kinda dumb, but I really like it. It's the first Roberto Benigni movie I saw, when I was a teenager.

    I still think some of the comedy, from people thinking this Mr. Bean like idiot is a murderer, is like a live action cartoon, but some of it works for me. Great introduction to Benigni and his wife, who steals ever scene.

  • Supergirl



    I saw this movie on TV, when I was a kid. I remember thinking "Supergirl is pretty and it looks cool when she flies!"

    After all these years, watching it as an adult, my review is the same.

    What a fever dream of a movie. Even in the 80s, this was wild.

  • Red Tails

    Red Tails


    This movie felt really cheap & cheesy. Not sure why, but it had the vibe of a made for TV movie, not a major studio one. Better off watching a documentary on the actual Tuskegee Airmen.

  • Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal

    Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal


    This was a wild documentary about how one guy found a pattern on the 80s game show, "Press Your Luck". I loved that they showed how he did it, how tough it was to do and then showed all of the footage of it happening. Some of the unaired and even broadcast stuff was amazing, because this guy didn't care and went all in.

    Worth a watch if you want to see someone pull off something wild in front of a TV audience.

  • In the Heat of the Night

    In the Heat of the Night


    A movie that is still relevant today, a great detective story, & of course, depiction of race relations in the southern United States.

    Worth a rewatch if it's been a while or a first time viewing if you've never seen one of the many reasons Mr. Poitier left such an impact.

    RIP to Sidney Poitier

  • Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard

    Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard


    Fun, really ridiculous popcorn movie. Everyone here is over the top and I love it.

  • Creed



    One of the most beautiful movies I've ever seen. What a great way to add on to the Rocky legacy, while carving it's own place as an amazing story.

    I'll never get tired of this movie.

  • Under the Helmet: The Legacy of Boba Fett

    Under the Helmet: The Legacy of Boba Fett


    This is the first time I learned about the actual design of the character, who played him in the original movies and how the character became what it is now. Very fun, short doc, with some nice behind the scenes footage from Star Wars films.

  • The Royal Tenenbaums

    The Royal Tenenbaums


    Wes Anderson movies have their own vibe and something about this one just connected with me. I feel like I had to see it at the right time.

  • Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts

    Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts


    This was a great reunion show and also an interesting behind the scenes on the making of all 8 movies. It reminded me of why I loved them in the first place.

    For anyone curious about whether JK Rowling is in this, they only show brief interview clips with her 3 times, from a documentary in 2019. She's on screen for less than 30 seconds total.

    It's fun to hear the cast talk about everything from being picked to play their parts, working with various other actors & even how each director approached their movies.

    Must watch for any HP fan.