An absolutely gorgeous romance about missed opportunities set in 1960s Hong Kong.
This comedy/drama about a teenage Rolling Stone writer hanging out with a 1970s rock band is probably the 2000 movie I’ve watched the greatest number of times.
In which Buster Keaton almost dies over and over in the name of comedy, and also drops an actual train off an actual bridge.
Francis Ford Coppola recently released a re-edited version of the least-acclaimed film of his famous mafia trilogy, but how much of a difference does it make?
Somewhere beneath everything that’s been piled on top of it is one of the greatest movies ever made.
Meryl Streep’s all-timer of a performance can’t make me ever want to watch this movie again.
In which we learn that it’s possible to be nostalgic about something yet not remember it as perfect.
A French masterpiece about upper-class romantic games, played blithely as the world teeters on disaster.
My favorite Christmas movie, bar none, featuring Michael Caine as Scrooge and Gonzo the Great as Charles Dickens.
The ultimate feel-good movie, or harrowing exercise in existential angst? Possibly both.