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  • Tokyo Vampire Hotel

    Tokyo Vampire Hotel


    What a terrifying film to watch when your b-day ALSO starts in 3 hours LOL. Although the film was condensed to 2hrs for the film festival, I feel the narrative was not lost in the chaos of the characters murdering unapoletically, the bright colors and rapidly changing locations. It was hella fun to watch and the comedy wasn't forced in, perfectly set up as subtle comic relief. Great movie if you want something unique!

  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name


    " Right now you may not want to feel anything. Perhaps you never wished to feel anything. And perhaps it’s not to me that you’ll want to speak about these things. But feel something you obviously did.

    Look - you had a beautiful friendship. Maybe more than a friendship. And I envy you. In my place, most parents would hope the whole thing goes away, to pray that their sons land on their feet. But I am not such a…

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  • American Sniper

    American Sniper


    This movie was painful to watch. It was slow, boring and the writing was terrible. Didn't care for the characters (which has to matter in a character driven movie). The focus was on the main character but his drive and everything he did wasn't as developed as much as it could've been.

    The movie did teach me important life lessons, such as how to hold a baby. I don't think I ever truly knew how to achieve this but I've now been enlightened. I also know the correct way to get attention from a man I love.

  • Castaway on the Moon

    Castaway on the Moon


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

    A moving story of a man trying to find meaning in his life. His struggles lead him to fight for survival and test himself to prove how capable he is. The most simple moments and objects from his past life become a luxury. Starting from step 1, he applies himself. This simple plan of getting what you want, stripped down to the most basic levels. Choosing to push yourself, without anybody's help, is a struggle in it of itself. It's…