Fragile, sincere filmmaking that broke my heart then built it back up again. Difficult to be drowning in tears while Shia just walks in front of you too, oops.
I ain’t no killer.
Leaving the Bay Area was a bittersweet transition in my life. Everyone wants to leave home, nobody wants to feel... stuck. So like every teenager who has dreams of Hollywood, I turned 18 and left. The Bay is my past, and LA is now.
But where I’m from is still with me. The slang stuck with me, the music stuck with me, Bay Area culture will always be a part of my life.
This film opens…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
this is, without exaggeration, one of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen in my life. It’s also a movie about Columbine. I will elaborate on this later.
It is nearly impossible to talk about this film without just explaining the plot, and this is probably why every review you’ll see online is “here is what the twist ending to Serenity is”
So, I will now explain to you the plot to Serenity. The film opens with Matthew McConaughey on a…
I know that we already established that this sequel trilogy is kinda like fan fiction but.... Wow this one was really like fan fiction. Like some kid going "AND THEN REY WENT TO SPACE AND THEN THEY WENT TO A DESERT PLANET AND THEN FINN AND POE BOTH FOUND GIRLFRIENDS AND THEN..." I would've rather had the ending plot from the guy who writes the novelizations where Rey was a Droid the entire time. The back pedaling in this is hysterical, I'm kinda speechless. They straight up said fuck The Last Jedi.
I liked the little tiny guy tho.