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  • George Washington

    George Washington


    This film manages to be tragically heartbreaking yet tender and heartwarming. These characters are trying to survive and clinging on to whatever good thing comes their way because sometimes life is just so dire, you need to appreciate the simplest pleasures to keep on going.

    David Gordon Green doesn't stereotype or exploit these characters or the setting in any way. Instead he highlights the beauty of the rural South, providing us a snapshot of what this area of the country…

  • Love, Antosha

    Love, Antosha


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

    I have been a fan of Anton Yelchin's work for a long time. He had a talent like no other actor and was the same age as me. It was devastating when I found out he died tragically back in 2016. He had so much left to do, so much more to accomplish. How could someone so talented be taken away so young?

    This documentary feels kind of like closure. It dives into his childhood, his passion for music and…

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  • Booksmart



    I will say I'm relishing in the fact we're seeing more films, books, television shows about awkward, horny, teenage girls. It's a topic that rarely gets discussed and remains a cloak of mystery, even amongst other women.

    With that being said, I feel like there was so much potential with this film yet it was lackluster in its delivery. It's apparent this was written by 30 something year old women for 30 something year old women, which would be fine…

  • Midsommar



    Beautifully shot, great performance from Florence Pugh, who I think deserves awards for her performance. Ari Aster knows how to bring out heart wrenching performances out of his actors.

    One good thing about watching this film with an audience is the permission to laugh at things that maybe you shouldn’t laugh at. There is some off-the-wall freaky stuff in this film, so the nervous laughter sometimes is the only appropriate response to what you see on screen.

    I'd strongly recommend…