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  • Jaws
  • Mulholland Drive
  • Ikiru
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

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Pinned reviews

  • Hereditary


    Many "horror" films released today attempt to scare audiences by utilizing jump scares that startle the audience for all of 5 seconds. This makes for many of these films to be forgetful since none of the actual imagery or characters are scary, just startling. Hereditary avoids this formula, opting for a much more developed horror story that will stick with audiences long after they leave the theatre.

    This film lingers in the mind because of a few strong elements that…

  • Swiss Army Man

    Swiss Army Man


    Swiss Army Man is a movie best summarized by a quote from the directors: "The first fart will make you laugh, the last fart will make you cry." The film tells the story of Hank Thompson, a depressed man stranded on an island whose life is changed when he discovers a dead body with the ability to aid him in survival. The film follows Hank and Manny (the dead body) as they develop a friendship and discover what makes life…

Recent reviews

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II


    This is the first film I have watched since the pandemic started. It feels great to be back at the theater and this was a great film to come back to. I was lucky to see this at the Historic Park Theater in Estes Park, Colorado; one of the oldest movie theaters in the United States.

  • Opera



    A very unique animated film with a lot or rewatchability, Opera offers a lot to look at and think about. Excellent!

Popular reviews

  • Hereditary



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Someone kept clicking there tongue in my theatre throughout the entire film and I about ripped their head off...

  • Minding the Gap

    Minding the Gap


    After the first 10 minutes of Minding the Gap, I began to wonder why this film was nominated for an Oscar for best Documentary. How could a skateboarding documentary made by a young filmmaker be that great? Well, I was very wrong. This film about skateboarding covered many different issues, including child abuse, drug/alcohol abuse, poverty, teen parenting, racial prejudice/stereotypes, and much more. The documentary did an extraordinary job connecting the audience to the people shown in the film and…