Licorice Pizza

Licorice Pizza

By Paul Thomas Anderson

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2021-11-26
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 2h 13min
  • Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
  • Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Production Country: Canada, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 5.99
From 1,114 Ratings


The coming-of-age story of Alana Kane and Gary Valentine growing up and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley.




  • Good movie but not for everyone

    By RC518
    Good movie not for everyone but I enjoyed it.
  • Scintillating

    By rigmaroleplay
    Some of the best world play ever. I was laughing for weeks after watching this movie. Think Woody Allen and Larry David but with zero whining or neuroticism. Casting and performances were also outstanding and both comedic and emotional scenes were captivating. This film gave me a newfound respect for PTA.
  • True Magic in a man

    By AKbrain
    can make never be made. You either have it, or you do not. I surely hope to see the young man who I found impossible to remove my eyes from whenever he was on screen. A father would be proud, brother. God bless you and yours.
  • A Classic

    By Luis92x
    I love this film!
  • Not like almost famous

    By 25th Century Life
    I so wanted it to be good thought it would Me Like Almost Famous so disappointed
  • Awful

    By Theogeo
    This movie was awful and has nothing to do with the actual “Licorice Pizza” which was a noted record store in the SF Valley back in the day. Boring, slow with no point…..
  • Lots of fun

    By p00p00peepee420
    I really enjoyed this movie. It was funny and enjoyable🕺🏻💃🏻🕺🏻💃🏻
  • Getting easier to win Oscars, I see.

    By Jwhimbu1
  • It’s not a typical flick

    By Music4LifeVA
    I enjoyed it, but it’s awkward and distracting sometimes. It’s not your average boy meets girl movie but it works in the end. They did a great job recreating vintage California.
  • Great Craftsmanship ≠ Great Movie

    By Space CO
    There are wonderful pieces of film here to take bite of and enjoy, but why? “Stumblin’ In” is a song featured in the picture, and the movie encompasses these lyrics. The lyric’s specific self accounted romance is applied to that of a teenage boy and young woman who’s nature is twisted to each other. “You were so young and I was so free I may have been young But, baby, that’s not what I wanted to be. ... Oh stumblin’ in. I’m stumblin’ in. Foolishly layin’ our hearts on the table, stumblin’ in.” Film enthusiasts will be allured by the picture’s craftsmanship and performances, and movie goers will be allured by its branding. My hope is that this situation doesn’t give excuse to claim, this is a great picture. There are many reasons worth watching any movie, but not many worth enjoying. Movies aren’t meant to just resolve themselves in the end. They should resolve everything in you that they’ve started within you. How do you feel once the movie has ended? Are you cured of the feelings you felt as the misguided young woman and the over-eager teenage boy, or were you given an excuse to sooth yourself with a glorified justification of a foolhardy love. Did you come to an understanding of the truths fantasies were meant to expose? The reality is, the movie doesn’t care about the truth. It misuses fantasy to excite bad ideas that’ve hurt our cultures and its young ones.