This film has a specific vibe, but I’m struggling to define it.
I started watching “Ted Lasso” because early reviews were positive. Surprisingly positive.
I care about what this movie represents.
Oh, Buck. Because you’re a computer-generated dog in a live-action movie, you never look quite right.
This move came out in 1998, but it’s got the look and sensibilities of a 1970s crime / heist thriller.
I saw “Fury Road” years back but I only remembered the feeling it created. The details were hazy.
I saw “Rise of Skywalker” in the theater when it came out in December 2019, but I forgot to put it on this list. The digital edition was released in mid-March of 2020 so this entry represents the second and third times I’ve seen the film.
This is one of the tightest, simplest, most entertaining action movies I’ve ever seen.
This is a faux documentary about a group of vampires who live together. How’s that for a set up?
I think I only saw this once before, likely right after it came out in 2006, and I remember liking it quite a lot.
I thought I liked this movie.
I thought I watched every episode of “Fringe” when it originally aired, but there were a lot of things I forgot (or missed entirely).