IIHA has written 43 reviews for films rated ★★★★½ .

  • Dear Evan Hansen

    Dear Evan Hansen


    Sorry haters, but I really liked it.

  • Ema



    A wholly unique and terrifying film.

  • Annette



    I'm singing a song. A song about the film Annette. It is a song. A very strange song. It is a song. Like no song you've heard. Adam Driver sings one long chaotic song. I like this song. It's maybe a little bit long. But I still like this song. A baby puppet sings songs after Marion is gone. It's a little bit mad. Oh so grand. It is a song.

  • CODA



    I needed those happy tears today.

  • Nine Days

    Nine Days


    Zazie, Zazie, Zazie Beetz.
    A Bicycle Ride.
    The Final Monologue.

  • Pig



    "He's a Buddhist."

  • Shiva Baby

    Shiva Baby


    I couldn’t stop smiling (or look away) from the chaos. Such fun!

  • Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar

    Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar


    I really wish I was better at quoting movies after just one viewing because, damn, this movie was so funny. I am going to pour myself a suicide and watch this as many times as I can before my 48 hour rental ends.

  • Minari



    Minari is Wonderful, Wonderful!”
    Before we can run we have to walk and before that we have to fall. A tender and loving story of resilience.
    I will be crossing my fingers until Oscar nomination morning that Yeri Han sneaks into that 5th slot for Best Actress.

  • Nomadland



    Beyond happy that I was able to watch this in IMAX. Zhao captured the spirit of the book beautifully. Can’t wait for what she does next.

  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman


    I got to see this at the movie theater!
    Literally laughed out loud four times.
    Let out an unexpected and loud “Oh No!”
    Had at least two more audible gasps and a quieter, “No Way.”
    And I’m not quite sure how long I shook my head with my hand over my mouth before muttering, “What the actual fuck.”
    So, yeah, it was good.

  • Another Round

    Another Round


    Mads Mikkelsen should be in the Oscar conversation. Can we make that happen? 

    This film does so many things right. It speaks volumes for itself, so I will just say that you should listen.