Big Picture Big Sound co-founder Joe Lozito has been a fan and critic of movies since a very early age. At the age of 10, he was keeping his movie ticket stubs in a photo album with what would later be called “capsule reviews” written underneath. Why he was seeing so many movies at that age is better left to the therapist’s couch.
As Joe became more of an authority (in his own mind anyway) on film, he made the transition to online movie review publishing in 1998 in the form of joelozito.com. In 2005, that archive of material put the “Big Picture” in Big Picture Big Sound.
Joe has also dabbled in music and acting in New York City and has, like most critics, a screenplay or two in his back pocket. When he’s not staring at a screen in a darkened room, Joe enjoys playing guitar, karate, golf and scuba diving. However, he mostly watches movies. Mostly.
The Godfather (1972)
It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
Star Wars (1977)