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  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    The best way I can explain the feeling this film gave me was the moment right before you’re about to kiss someone for the first time. The excitement, the fear, the tension; it’s all there held back by your baited breath. And when your lips finally meet those of another, everything vanishes and the weight is released. Portrait of a Lady on Fire is 2+ hours of beautiful tension and release
    With some of the impressive, and believable, physical performances…

  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story


    My parents got divorced when I was pretty young, so I really don’t remember much. I more so remember the aftermath more than the transitional period, and that’s not to say it’s because it was worse or anything. It was just different. On the outside, it wasn’t messy. I simply went to my moms some days and my dads on others. Holidays were back and forth, and as a kid, I just knew I got twice the gifts for certain…

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  • Treasure Planet

    Treasure Planet


    This was really good standing on its own, but it also felt so different that it became even better
    Disney should make more stuff like this even if it isn’t financially as successful, because even when they go slightly out of their wheelhouse, it’s successful in some way
    All the ingredients of a classic Disney film are here, but some are undercooked and some are overcooked
    I personally think revealing the truth about Silver so early takes away some impact…

  • John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

    John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum


    This movie whips so much ass it’s unbelievable. Give me a never ending onslaught of these

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  • The Favourite

    The Favourite


    To the Oscar selection committee:

    Nominate Horacio, The Fastest Duck In The City for Best Actor 

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You


    Two words to accurately sum up this film:


    Seriously, Boots Riley has crafted an extremely original and inventive, albeit absurd and absolutely ridiculous film about a plethora of topics, all of which are extremely relevant to our current society
    Lakeith Stanfield is a great lead and I love seeing Tessa Thompson, but Armie Hammer really steals the show with what he’s given
    Riley’s background in music shines through the great soundtrack
    The film is pretty consistent in its…