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Month: December 2021
New Episode of I Like to Movie Movie – F9: The Fast Saga w/ Josh Alvarez of Cinepunx!
Happy Holidays from I Like to Movie Movie! No matter what you celebrate, we can all agree that the holiday season is about one thing
Spider-Man: No Way Home review — It’s…I’m not allowed to say
Since the breadth of what constitutes a spoiler is pretty wide these days, and the MCU prides itself on preserving whatever twists, turns, Easter eggs,
Nightmare Alley – One of del Toro’s absolute best, and also I love you Cate Blanchett
There’s a scene about midway through Nightmare Alley where psychologist Dr. Lilith Ritter (Cate Blanchett) and carny conman Stanton Carlisle (Bradley Cooper) exchange haughty dialogue
Benedetta review – Let’s get horny for Jesus!
While it’s a smart idea to thematically tie sexual liberty with faith, and there are few filmmakers on the planet more capable of doing so
New Episode of Hot Property – Dating on Demand!
We take a trip down memory lane to watch a classic Dan Scully video. We’ve got HitClips coming out, so please request Hot Property on
MOVIEJAWN – Hard Target looks better (and sweatier) than ever
***Originally published on MovieJawn*** The year was 1993. Action heroes were required to have long hair, a leather duster, and an unplaceable accent. Filmmakers like
West Side Story review – Spielberg can do musicals!
It’s common knowledge that Steven Spielberg has always wanted to direct a musical. There have been shades of musical theatricality in a few of his
The Scary of Sixty-First review – A darkly funny throwback horror that may or may not be a prank
Director and co-writer of The Scary of Sixty-First, Dasha Nekrasova, is perhaps most famous for her role on Succession, and most infamous as the co-host
New Episode of I Like to Movie Movie – Interview with Brandon Kramer, Director of The First Step
Join me as I speak with director Brandon Kramer about his excellent documentary The First Step. The film, which recently screened at the Philadelphia Film