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  • Girl, Interrupted

    Girl, Interrupted

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    "When you don't wanna feel, death can seem like a dream. But seeing death β€” really seeing it β€” makes dreaming about it fucking ridiculous."

    It's hard to cope with the fact that sometimes feelings are so hurtful that having actual external scars for your whole life doesn't seem like such an stupid idea while you're making them. There's no way around, that's an irrefutable and explicit form to externalize so much pain. There's nothing so horrible as getting anywhere close to the darkest place again once you've come out of it.

  • Heathers

    Heathers

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    "When teenagers complain about wanting to be treated like human beings, it's usually because they are being treated like human beings."

    Well this is the type of movie that got me more because of the discussion that you can have about that than because of the screenplay itself. The shocking part of this surprisingly is that we are not taking care of our kids and teenagers not even close as good as we should.

    And the scene that Heather goes to the bathroom and the teacher asks "What is she doing?" and the girl says "She's going to cry"... felt that. Literally. School sucked.

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  • Star Wars

    Star Wars

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    Jesus Christ, this is good. Not sure why I waited 23 years to watch this but it totally worth it.Β 

    OH MY GOD I AM SO HAPPY FOR NO APPARENT REASON YOU GUYS!!!!

    And also can somebody help Darth Vader with his breathing issue????

  • Perfect Blue

    Perfect Blue

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    Nocturnal Animals, part II. I started watching it with tissues by my side expecting it to be Your Name. from the 90s and, well... it was truly a shockingly deep and dark experience, and it really hit me. Surprisingly I didn't recall Black Swan during the movie, which probably made me more surprised and felt quite unfamiliar to me. The execution of it is unquestionably well done, I'm still shocked.

    Still can't tell if my habit of not reading synopsis is a good or a bad idea.