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  • Audrey



    Trigger Warning!: Childhood abandonment/trauma, mention of drinking/smoking!

    Audrey Hepburn's dream was never to be an actress. She wanted to be a ballet dancer but acting fell into her lap and she ended up becoming an international icon. Audrey won several accolades and was offered parts right and left. Personally, I knew she was an actress but nothing else so watching this documentary was a joy. I went in with little expectations but was surprised with how much it hit me…

  • Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery

    Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery


    Foreword: I watched this on Hulu.

    The disappearance and, most likely, murder of Susan Powell is horrific. One tragedy after another, one piece of potential evidence, one new twisted secret come to life but they all go nowhere. When I thought that everything had come to light there's a curveball and the case becomes darker and more tragic. Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery is a shocking true crime documentary about one of the, to me, most baffling and horrific…

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  • Her



    Have you ever been lonely? Not I haven't hung out with my friends or gone to a party in a week, but a deep, dark loneliness where you are constantly alone. Where most of your connections are superficial, but when you get a chance to be around other humans you'd rather spend time being alone. Where once you had loved someone with your whole being, but lost them and ended up losing yourself. Well, this is the story of Theodore,…

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a film that I have waited a long time to see since it wasn't shown at my local theater. Over the past few months I've heard high praise for this film and I was afraid it wouldn't live up to the hype. Fortunately it did because not only is it a great comic book, Spider-Man, and animated film, but it's just a fantastic film overall.

    Without giving too much away the story follows Miles Morales…