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  • Bridget Jones's Diary

    Bridget Jones's Diary


    As my never-ending journey to fulfill my female duty of watching every classic chick flick comes this iconic millennial favorite.
    Bridget Jones's Diary takes what could be a stereotypical romance story but spruces it up with intelligent yet down-to-earth dialogue, relatable characters and situations, and an even more relatable main character who gets herself into very familiar situations that define awkwardness at its peak in the millennial generation.
    Renee Zellweger does a wonderful job as Bridget Jones. Her genuineness, quirks,…

  • Two Days, One Night

    Two Days, One Night


    A raw, painful, and engrossing journey of a woman who goes to dire measures in order to keep her job. Marion Cotillard gives a meek yet powerhouse performance that completely engulfs the entire duration of the film. She absorbs all of the energy in the film and the audience's eyes cannot look away from her as she has to find the strength to keep on fighting for her much-needed job. The directors do a magnificent job keeping this film as…

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  • Children of Men

    Children of Men


    2027 is not too far away, and Alfonso Cuaron's vision is eerily beginning to have parallelisms to the world of today.
    Children of Men is a film that is sage beyond its years. What makes it wise is that even watching it ten years after its release date it does not only hold up, but shows the viewer a world that feels painfully real. This 2027 England is so engrossing and engaging that you feel as if you are not…

  • Short Term 12

    Short Term 12


    Little did this underrated indie know that Brie Larson would land her Oscar-winning role in Room because of this movie.
    Short Term 12 is by far the most underrated indie of the decade so far. Everything felt so real and raw in this film. It is as if the viewer were in the Short Term 12 house with these teens and workers experiencing all of the laughs, tears, and tantrums first hand. Nothing in this movie is glossed or frilled…