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      Rating Title | Year Author Quote
      Cat Person (2023) Emma Baty In these trying times, we need to be able to make fun of men who are flops.
      Posted Feb 03, 2023
      Fair Play (2023) Emma Baty The onus is on the men, and the men alone, to behave better. And that's exactly how it should be.
      Posted Feb 03, 2023
      La Strada (1954) Marshall Scott A touching story of a simple-minded waif and the carnival strongman who holds her in thrall, this belongs in the fine Neo-realistic tradition of Rossellini and De Sica.
      Posted Sep 14, 2022
      Gentleman's Agreement (1947) Louella Parsons I would like to hand Elia Kazan a special bouquet for handling a delicate subject with fine discrimination. Gentleman's Agreement is one of the best-directed pictures of the year.
      Posted Aug 17, 2022
      Persuasion (2022) Leah Marilla Thomas Like one modern-day Austen romantic lead, I like Persuasion very much just as it is.
      Posted Jul 29, 2022
      Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969) Rex Reed Fortunately, the weak things about the picture are eclipsed by other moments of wit, intelligence, and insight. And even when things get clumsy and self-conscious, everything is redeemed by the vivid, throbbing sensitivity of Natalie Wood.
      Posted Jun 15, 2022
      The Long, Hot Summer (1958) Marshall Scott An excellent cast gives an exceptional performance under Martin Ritt's skilled direction.
      Posted Jan 25, 2022
      Porgy and Bess (1959) Richard Harrity [Porgy and Bess] has been made into a handsome motion picture by that elder genius of the colossal, Mr. Samuel Goldwyn. In fact, the filming of Porgy and Bess is a bit too handsome and a mite too pretty, thereby sacrificing compassion for color.
      Posted Jan 19, 2022
      West Side Story (1961) Cosmo Staff It's a story of more than young love -- of the senselessness of a house divided against itself.
      Posted Dec 01, 2021
      The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) Marshall Scott Alec Guinness, certainly one of the most expert actors in the world, gives a splendid performance in a role worlds removed from the light comedy parts which have won him his popularity in this country.
      Posted Nov 17, 2021
      Marty (1955) Louella Parsons Only because Marty is as good as it is has the wall between Hollywood and TV crumbled at last. I'm mighty glad to see this come to pass.
      Posted Oct 18, 2021
      Leave Her to Heaven (1945) Louella Parsons When to a power-house story you add Technicolor, masterly direction (by the veteran John Stahl), really superb performances by [Gene Tierney, Jeanne Crain, and Cornel Wilde,] you sure get a thriller.
      Posted Sep 29, 2021
      Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021) Christopher Dean It's, well... still not that good.
      Posted Mar 18, 2021
      Moxie (2021) Mia Brabham In Moxie, like so many other movies with white protagonists, it's hard not to feel like the people of color are there to serve as springboards for the betterment of white characters.
      Posted Mar 12, 2021
      Minari (2020) Rani Neutill Minari carries the weight of representation, of helping us as Asian Americans validate ourselves through the hope that we will see our stories on screen and the hope that people will see us.
      Posted Mar 05, 2021
      There is No I in Threesome (2021) Gabrielle Smith Basically, this documentary turned out to be a step-by-step guide on how not to open your relationship.
      Posted Feb 18, 2021
      Happiest Season (2020) Leah Johnson That's precisely where Happiest Season struggles-in its attempt to pour itself into the container of the classic, heterosexual romantic comedy, beat for traumatic beat.
      Posted Dec 05, 2020
      Love, Guaranteed (2020) Lucy Morgan Is it cheesy? Absolutely. But tbh, after the year it's been, we reckon everyone deserves a little light relief.
      Posted Sep 10, 2020
      Chemical Hearts (2020) Emma Baty Normally, I would be embarrassed about something like this. But in the year 2020, literally anything goes, so I'm hereby recommending that you also let yourself cry to Chemical Hearts.
      Posted Aug 27, 2020
      Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) Emma Baty This movie is the most enjoyable hot mess I've seen in a while.
      Posted Jul 02, 2020
      Athlete A (2020) Emma Baty The documentary is a powerful reminder of how organizations can perpetuate abuse.
      Posted Jun 29, 2020
      Babyteeth (2019) Emma Baty Babyteeth is a movie that, especially in its final moments, will blow you away. If you're looking for something that'll have you reaching for the tissues, you've definitely found it.
      Posted Jun 26, 2020
      The King of Staten Island (2020) Emma Baty What is so astounding about watching the movie is that it feels so honest, and like the lines are simply pouring out of Pete instead of being written and memorized and repeated on cue.
      Posted Jun 18, 2020
      365 Days (2020) Taylor Andrews 365 DNI romanticizes an extremely toxic relationship, which is never okay.
      Posted Jun 12, 2020
      The Lovebirds (2020) Emma Baty Yes, it's totally ridiculous, but in the best way possible.
      Posted Jun 12, 2020
      The Hunt (2020) Emma Baty The movie that caused so much controversy is actually...pretty tame?
      Posted Mar 26, 2020
      Never Rarely Sometimes Always (2020) Emma Baty There are lots of political battles worth fighting right now, especially in an election year. But Never Rarely Sometimes Always will remind you that the fight for abortion rights should definitely not get put on that back burner.
      Posted Mar 20, 2020
      Swallow (2019) Lauren Adhav Carlo Mirabella-Davis's debut film starts with good intentions, but takes one too many turns to make logical sense.
      Posted Mar 12, 2020
      The Last Thing He Wanted (2020) Emma Baty Not even Anne Hathaway can save this one.
      Posted Mar 06, 2020
      Pete Davidson: Alive From New York (2020) Emma Baty There were some very high highs and some very low lows...the 49-minute special is a pretty wild ride. Like, yes, I was chuckling almost the whole time, but there were low points, friends...
      Posted Mar 06, 2020
      The Invisible Man (2020) Emma Baty What makes this film so scary isn't how unrealistic it is, but the fact that some small part of it feels familiar.
      Posted Mar 06, 2020
      Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) Emma Baty This movie is ripe for Valentine's Day viewing.
      Posted Feb 14, 2020
      Taylor Swift: Miss Americana (2020) Emma Baty Taylor had a hand in making this documentary. It seems clear that she's excluding that part of her life from this narrative, and that's a sign of growth I can get behind. In this case, what you don't see is just as important as what you do.
      Posted Feb 07, 2020
      Fail-Safe (1964) Liz Smith Despite these Illogical drawbacks, Fail Safe is as scary for grown-ups as a child's ghost story is for kids.
      Posted Feb 01, 2020
      Where Love Has Gone (1964) Liz Smith [Davis] gives a vitally alive performance, and it is a welcome relief to see this great pro on the screen again in a part she needn't be ashamed of.
      Posted Feb 01, 2020
      A House Is Not a Home (1964) Liz Smith A pretty thin movie.
      Posted Feb 01, 2020
      Fate Is the Hunter (1964) Liz Smith Despite its fizzy philosophizing about believing or disbelieving in fate, this is an exciting film.
      Posted Feb 01, 2020
      Behold a Pale Horse (1964) Liz Smith Fred Zinnemann has done it again.
      Posted Feb 01, 2020
      Little Women (2019) Emma Baty In Greta Gerwig's new interpretation, Amy (Florence Pugh) gets the credit and nuance she deserves, and it makes her the most relatable character in the movie.
      Posted Dec 26, 2019
      Bombshell (2019) Emma Baty I'm still not on team Carlson or Kelly, but I'm definitely on team "women not taking any more sh*t." And I always will be.
      Posted Dec 20, 2019
      The Knight Before Christmas (2019) Emma Baty Let's be clear: A certain amount of ridiculousness is acceptable when it comes to Christmas movies. But this one is so absurd, so unrealistic...
      Posted Nov 22, 2019
      Charlie's Angels (2019) Hannah Chambers I enjoyed Charlie's Angels so much that I kept catching myself smiling like an idiot.
      Posted Nov 21, 2019
      Honey Boy (2019) Emma Baty It takes a certain level of maturity to be able to look at the person who had a hand in messing you up and think of them in a sympathetic way and then communicate that to the rest of the world.
      Posted Nov 15, 2019
      Doctor Sleep (2019) Emily Tannenbaum Let me tell you, I was not disappointed.
      Posted Nov 08, 2019
      Rattlesnake (2019) Emma Baty A movie that starts with an interesting idea ends up being not that interesting.
      Posted Nov 06, 2019
      Assimilate (2019) Emily Tannenbaum I immediately knew I liked Assimilate because of its completely unnecessary cold open starring one of my personal faves.
      Posted Nov 06, 2019
      Eli (2019) Emily Tannenbaum To be honest, the "twist ending" was far from fulfilling...still, it's ~spooky szn~ and the jump scares mostly worked on me, so I'll give this one a thumbs medium.
      Posted Oct 28, 2019
      Wounds (2019) Niko Newbould Overall, Wounds is a gruesome, feverish, cockroach-infested, alcoholic nightmare...but low-key in an enjoyable way. Call me crazy.
      Posted Oct 28, 2019
      Hustlers (2019) Emily Tannenbaum What this movie is really about is family -- more specifically, the depths of sisterhood. At this, and practically everything else, Hustlers is a massive success story.
      Posted Sep 19, 2019
      Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) Emily Tannenbaum Honestly, I would have preferred a Netflix mini-series.
      Posted Aug 16, 2019
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