as someone that loves a good crime & mystery story, i loved this so much. i was surprised at first when the “twist” was revealed early but then it gets to the point where that “twist” has an even bigger “twist” to it. and it takes you by surprise how elaborate everything was planned and leaves you in a state of shock as the story unfolds. i love how it kept audiences like me intrigued as to finding out the truth…
i cried af in this film huhuh. it has such a relevant topic especially at this age of social media wherein just a simple post/photo/video can change how we see and perceive someone or something. however, this influence has been going to the wrong side where we immediately believe what we see and judge based on that then ultimately call out hate towards that someone or something. something as simple as standing up for yourself can be tweaked to make…
i was initially watching this because of The Undertaker, but idk what in the hell did i just watch oh my gahd. i honestly made all the right choices to make it to the end, i ended up googling what the other scenarios were and replaying it just to see. because of all the right choices, i didn't really get to feel the thrill that it wanted to show when i should have been picking the wrong choices every now…
"I believe in the power of an image, and how it can influence people's perception of reality."
this was such a thought-provoking, emotional and powerful watch. the first part was so believable that i really thought Mae Paner was a photojournalist, only to find out that it was one of the four characters that she portrays that all time in to the events of EJK. aside from the photojournalist, we also see different points of view from the wife of…
52 Years in 52 Weeks 2020 | 13/52
The 5th Annual Letterboxd Season Challenge: 2019-20
Bonus 1: This bonus week's challenge is to watch a previously unseen film from the Letterbox Top 250.
Scavenger Hunt 59 Feb 2020 | 3/29 | 29. A movie that is the reason you watch movies
holy shit. i've never been this in awe of a film before wow. truly a freaking MASTERPIECE! pls give it all the awards it deserves and more *coughs Best Picture,…
Scavenger Hunt 70 January 2021 | 1/31 | 1. Let’s have a mini 2020 retrospective. Watch a 2020 film that you missed out on.
52 Years in 52 Weeks 2021 | 1/52
i had high expectations for this, knowing i really loved Wonder Woman (2017) so much. then the trailer came out and i was curious af how is Steve alive like what kind of sorcery happens HAHA. but upon watching, you start to understand the reason it happens and how it…