• Do the Right Thing

    Do the Right Thing

    I like MLK and Malcolm X in a picture together at the end. Even though they had different approaches to civil rights, they both worked to do the same right thing. In accordance with the movie, it’s all about unity.

  • The Virgin Suicides

    The Virgin Suicides

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I love the shot at the end where the boys are just staring at the house unable to piece things together. I can definitely relate to that scene and feeling. Even though staring at the house might be dramatic, I think it’s important to never forget such tragedies. And even though you can never truly understand or piece things together, it’s important to process everything. I like how the movie tied that in at the end. The parents were able to move on, but not the children who connected with the girls.

  • Lost in Translation

    Lost in Translation

    The real-life visuals in this movie are stunning. I felt like I was really in Tokyo, in a vibrant city with the muted, gloomy sky as the backdrop. I love the contrast these visuals create. They reflect what the characters are going through too; everything looks nice from the outside, but truthfully, there is a fog clouding their vision. I love the many scenes where the characters are either immersed in the city or are looking out over it. Two…

  • Joker


    I wish there was more thought put behind this. It feels empty.

  • Parasite


    First of all, I love a contained set; the house is a star too! This movie is unlike anything I have ever seen before and it boggles my mind how someone can come up with such an innovative and unique story! Parasite deserved Best Picture because it is pure creativity at its finest! Some of the images on film were unsettling and I found my mind jumping back to them hours later! Anytime a movie leaves a mark on your brain it’s done a job well done!

  • 1917


    I appreciate the simplicity of this film and it’s careful attention to emotion. As a viewer, it’s so easy to have tremendous empathy for the soldiers when you follow their every step and notice every change in their expression. I thank the long-take filming technique for bringing out 1917’s full beautiful potential.