I need to watch movies less
You Hurt My Feelings 2023
I’ve been excited to see this, being fresh off of finishing Veep this month. Julia Louis-Dreyfus is always fantastic to watch, whether she showcases her dramatic or comedic side, or an amusing blend of both in this case.
Found myself being more invested in the story than I thought, seeing each conversation unfold and reveal another piece of the characters. Consistent amount of laughs throughout the movie too, I always looked forward to the next time Beth met with her…
Last Action Hero 1993
There’s so many things to enjoy in this movie, just a fun story that works as both a tribute and parody of the action genre as a whole that also manages to dip a little bit into existentialism and escapism.
Little Big Women 2020
Loved it. Cried.
A story about letting your past resentment go amid the confusion of grief, it just struck a personal note. It can be a very difficult thing to do, as justified as those feelings are, but memories of true happiness and love always stay. I was reminded of my own family, and through all I’ve been with my parents, I’ll be sure to cherish them while they’re still around.
Everything about this film was beautiful, and also subdued in its performances and storytelling.
Everything Everywhere All at Once 2022
Quan Ke Huy’s monologue on the street was probably the most beautiful scene of the movie (maybe this year so far) for me, among other amazing performances by Yeon and Hsu.
Just everything about the third act struck me like a train