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  • Truth or Dare

    Truth or Dare

    ★★★★

    the movie: truth or dare????

    me: truth

    the movie: which power ranger do you want to fuck most?

    me: *sweating* hahahaha the pink one obviously ha

    the movie: TELL THE TRUTH

    me: *crying real tears* the... the red one... i wanna fuck them all but the red one the most... i'm sorry.... i'm so sorry.......

  • All Hallows' Eve

    All Hallows' Eve

    ★★½

    Art the Clown: hops out my TV set in a scary but jaunty fashion

    Me: "Ah, you made it! Have a seat." I'm standing in front of my Art the Clown cork board, dozens of Art the Clown pictures tacked up, connected to each other by red yarn. There are also scraps of paper on which I've written things like "sexism" "culture" "the implications????"

    Art the Clown: honks his horn in confusion

    Me: "You're probably wondering why I've called this…

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  • Water Horse

    Water Horse

    ★★★★

    Genuinely intense and frightening! The score and editing are 👌

  • Friend of a Friend

    Friend of a Friend

    ★★★★

    please please please let me buy a print of jesus with the angel dog pelase

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  • Love, Death & Robots: The Dump

    Love, Death & Robots: The Dump

    ★★★

    This isn’t so much about “The Dump” but the Love, Death, & Robots series itself. Can you even imagine how powerful these shorts would be if more women had been involved in the creation of them????

  • Eighth Grade

    Eighth Grade

    ★★★★★

    I really, really, really, really hope this gets a rating that allows eighth graders to see this in theaters. I can't imagine how helpful and awesome this might have been for me when I was in eighth grade. I mean, it's helpful now, as an adult. During the Q&A, Burnham said he didn't like that most movies about "the human experience" were about white men, and I think Elsie Fisher and the character of Kayla and the way Burnham crafts this story create a wonderful, loving lens we can use to explore being alive at this moment.