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Justin Lozada



Still a classic for all the right reasons. Adults enjoy it, kids enjoy it, and it’s just so accessible.

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A Charlie Brown Christmas

Movies | Animation

Dustin Lance Black shares his life story centered around the most important person and his best friend…his mom. Funny, heartbreaking, and life affirming, the documentary is a great companion piece to his excellent memoir. Highly recommended!

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Mama's Boy


Moonage Daydream, the first documentary endorsed by Bowie’s estate, made me feel like a 14-year-old again for a moment and what a trip it was. Brett Morgen takes viewers on an odyssey held together by concert footage, home movies, interviews, and Bowie’s catalog that allow viewers to really dive into the artist. The IMAX format also gives the subject a larger than life perspective that makes excellent use of the canvas (such an amazing six channel mix) and is well worth the price of admission.

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Moonage Daydream

Movies | Documentary

White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch captures a moment in time, pop culture at large, and how one company left its mark on the world and American pop culture (C’mon, you know the lyrics to Summer Girls by LFO 😉). Hell, it went hand in hand with American mall culture. I had a blast going down memory lane watching this. Recommended!

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White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch

Movies | Documentary

Mix in Frank Capra, Kung fu, current social commentary, and a concept of a multiverse that does not involve superheroes and you get the wonderfully engaging “Everything Everywhere All at Once”. Strong performances delivered by an outstanding cast, gorgeous cinematography, and an enveloping story makes a strong case for why the cinema is still a place that can deliver smaller and intimate stories that can connect with a wide audience…Highly Recommended!

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Everything Everywhere All at Once

Movies | Action

Solid entry after the abysmal Crimes of Grindelwald still comes up short and fails to capture the magic of the first film, but it’s still entertaining.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

Movies | Fantasy

Solid documentary on Val Kilmer, his career, and his health battle and how he navigates life now. Not too long, although it does not do a deep dive on Kilmer himself, it’s worth the near two hour view. Told via his son, Jack, and archival video shot by Kilmer himself, I would definitely recommend it.

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Movies | Documentary

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