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  • Hereditary



    This review is a two-parter. The first is about the WORST experience I've ever had in a movie theater. The second half is the film itself.

    SO. I went to a Goodrich Theater and it's a theater I like to go to a lot since 1. It's near my boyfriend's house and only forty minutes from where I live. It plays the usual large distribution stuff along with a few other films that don't get as wide a release. 2.…

  • Funeral Parade of Roses

    Funeral Parade of Roses


    Part of the Film School Drop Outs Challenge!
    Week 31 - Movement - Japanese New Wave (1955-1975)

    I had my boyfriend drive me two and half hours to Columbus, Ohio in order to be able to see this. And god was it fucking worth it. This has been on my radar for most of the time I've been on Letterboxd and I've always known it was gonna be something I'd love and I was not wrong. It met my expectations…

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  • Last Girl Standing

    Last Girl Standing

    20 minutes in and I was already checking to see how much of the runtime was left remaining...

  • Lake Nowhere

    Lake Nowhere


    Tries too hard and not enough at the same time. It wants to be an old vintage VHS, but was shot on digital footage with a weird filter? Also the characters tried too hard and overall it wasn't lowfi enough for the aesthetic it wanted. It just became a bumbled mess.

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  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas


    Reasons why Letterboxd should take this film more seriously:

    - Ron Howard's best film. Can you think of something better? I can't.
    - One of three Oscar noms Jim Carrey was robbed of.
    - I'm sorry but the script is funny as hell and makes this trainwreck so pleasing.
    - Utter madness on the screen.
    - ORIGINAL SONG "WHERE ARE YOU CHRISTMAS" SANG BY THE TALENTED FAITH HILL (and co written by the Queen of Christmas herself, Mariah Carey)

  • The Witch

    The Witch


    “There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.”
    - Alfred Hitchcock

    This film was just so magnificent for me to watch on the big screen. I was utterly spooked, but my friends not so much. I tried to tell them all of the reasons why it horrified me so much, but they just didn't get it. The audience I saw it with did not particularly like it either. That was probably one of the first…