There are far too few films that make me giddy and excited about the art of cinema. Adaptation is one of them. See it at once.
Real Women Have Curves is a cinematic experience I’m going to fondly remember for the rest of my life.
Punch-Drunk Love is Sandler’s finest hour.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch is the most fun I’ve had at the cinema in ages.
In a world of stories pertaining to be about teenage and young adult life yet hold nothing but the most saccharine and cliché-ridden ideas at their heart, Ghost World shines bright as an achingly realistic tour de force worthy of celebration.