Last week I fulfilled a dream I’ve had since I watched 2001: A Space Odyssey for the first time on my family’s old 32-inch, component cabled tube TV over a decade ago. I finally saw the most visually breathtaking and hopelessly mind-bending film in a theater. Not only that, I saw it at one of the best theaters in Indianapolis.
- Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution, 2020 - ★★★★ November 23, 2020Really inspiring. I thought it was just going to be about Camp Jened but that's merely a launching point for the revolutionary fight for the Americans with Disabilities Act. The way the documentary frames the camp as a place for the people in the camp to find themselves and grow as individuals leads to a beautifully poignant depiction of the fight for d […]
- Knives Out, 2019 - ★★★★½ November 19, 2020Watched on Wednesday November 18, 2020.
- It Follows, 2014 - ★★★★½ November 15, 2020More like "It Freaking Slaps" because this movie "slaps", as the kids say. There's a good chance I watched this while drunk.In any case, my appreciation for what this movie does grows every time I rewatch it. It takes the reality of teenage sexuality and explores other tangential sexual concepts through a few different angles. Surviv […]
- Love and Monsters, 2020 - ★★★½ November 15, 2020Surprisingly good with a likeable protagonist. The world-building was well thought out and the variety of monsters was rich. Impressive visual and special effects for the monster designs. Third act kind of throws a lot at the wall but isn't too distracting and the movie doesn't love much focus because of it.Liked it.Reviewed in episode 330 of The O […]
- 537 Votes, 2020 - ★★★ November 11, 2020Watched on Wednesday November 11, 2020.
- Vertigo, 1958 - ★★★★ November 10, 2020Watched on Tuesday November 10, 2020.
- Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution, 2020 - ★★★★ November 23, 2020