Hard Eight is the type of movie where the plot doesn’t really matter. We stay fully engaged because of the intriguing characters and the vibrant, compelling dialogue.
The Virgin Suicides isn’t about the girls and why they killed themselves necessarily, so much as it’s about the concept of nostalgia.
Pretty Woman gets a bad rap, largely due to its all-too-perfect fairy tale premise, but honestly I think people just don’t like the idea of a rom-com that actually works.
PCU ultimately doesn’t do quite as much with its brilliant premise as it should–and believe it or not, could probably be even more politically incorrect–but the movie definitely serves as a launching point for the conversation
One theme of The Big Chill is that good people do bad things and then try to rationalize them. That very much sums up what this film may be all about in the end.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is filled with self-importance without self-reflection.
I’m not usually a fan of movies that depict sex as an end-all-be-all, but Hot Moves redeems itself once or twice.
At first glance, Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow may not seem to be as bad as the likes of Plan 9 From Outer Space or The Horror of Party Beach, but upon delving into the details, this movie is pretty pathetic.
It’s funny how the high brow films of 1976 are now mainstream treasures. Taxi Driver is definitely high-brow. It’s also … More
Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion is smartly written and covers its back well at all times.