A story about a normal human who is confronted with genius and it slowly drives him insane. I think I might like this movie so much because of my own psychological problems, but I definitely like it a lot.
As March Madness continues in Indiana, we revisit this 1980s piece of “Pepperidge Farm buncombe” that’s somehow effective despite basically nothing that happens off a basketball court working at all.
Sort of the prototypical modern romantic comedy, beloved by many. I appreciated it more than enjoyed it, I think.
An extremely silly cop spoof with an extended, chaotic climax at a baseball game. As comedies go, this one’s right in my wheelhouse
John Huston’s final film adapts a short story by James Joyce about a party in 1904 Dublin.
The sequel to this hit Eddie Murphy fish-out-of-water comedy comes out today. I had never seen the original before, but I think it was pretty funny.
Dustin Hoffman shows women how to be a real feminist in maybe my least favorite of the AFI’s “Top 100” American movies.
Sort of a punk rock apocalypse. Or a comedy about some sort of alien invasion. Or a cautionary tale about the Neutron Bomb. Or…
A kid and his lovable alien pal try to escape from some government scientists. I found myself rooting for the scientists.
A gentle story about a young girl growing up who just happens to be a witch who rides around on broomsticks and stuff.