Loving a mostly unloved thing is one of the quieter joys of movie fandom.
Keanu Reeves missed his calling as a silent film actor.
In Detention, time doesn’t pass—the characters move through it and alter its substance.
In defense of Cameron Crowe's much-maligned film, Elizabethtown
What I wanted The Hobbit to be, and what that says about me.
If realizing that you love the same movie is an instant connection, realizing that you love the same critically panned romantic comedy is an instant kinship.
Bellflower is a film of raw, metal-rattling emotional intensity, one that cleverly subverts the totems American masculinity.
I love a film that stars the world’s biggest kid, Bill Murray, bumbling his way fearlessly through a string of terrifying situations.
We are all so afraid to be hurt by something we cannot change.
On Jill Soloway's Afternoon Delight (2013)