Viewinder November 20, 2021 Reviews Review: Licorice Pizza (2021) Licorice Pizza (2021) I have questions. Hmm: Finally got to 'Licorice Pizza' and hoo boy is it uncomfortable. How is it ok that a celebrated film in 2022 not only features racism (which ultimately contributes nothing to the plot) and a "romance" between a 15 yr old boy and a 25 yr old woman, but also comments on neither? pic.twitter.com/SOxzGS4YaH— viewinder (@viewinder) March 21, 2022 Further Viewing Fortunately, Licorice Pizza is far from the only PTA x HAIM collab… PTA is a director whose movies i appreciate, but don't enjoy. I'm stunned by elements in each, but i have zero desire to rewatch.Funnily enough, tho, i adore his HAIM music videos – or rather, films. Esp this one. Gorgeous. https://t.co/cjCuf1elXk— viewinder (@viewinder) December 23, 2022 Related Posts:Review: The Lobster (2015) Spend some time in this horrible dystopia - it's a delirious joy.Review: Away We Go (2009) Sweet, gentle, and helpfully, encouragingly naïve.Film School: The French Dispatch (2021) A round-up of breakdowns of Wes Anderson's rich, intricate film.Review: Happiest Season (2020) Proving a standard Christmas movie, but gay, can work just fine.Review: High Fidelity (2020, series) A promising first draft. Of a remake. Of an adaptation.Review: Emma (2020) A charming film can be glimpsed in here, in between cuts that get in the way.Review: La La Land (2016) The Elvis Impersonator of musicals.Review: About Time (2013) So much better than the marketing might suggest.