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  • Ocean's 8

    Ocean's 8

    Walking into Ocean's 8 I wasn't expecting anything special, just a fun heist film, walking out I got the most convenient heist film I've ever seen. There was no tension - everything just seemed to fall into our main characters' laps. But the biggest crime of the film is the lack of chemistry these very talented women had with each other. The whole movie felt like the actors were filming in separate rooms, like they weren't talking to each other.…

  • A Quiet Place

    A Quiet Place

    ★★★½

    Aesthetically, A Quiet Place is a beautiful film. It reinvents the pop up scene, bringing tension to every nail-biting moment. The silence and use of sign language makes the loud sequences from the monster pop ups truly terrifying.

    The relationship between father and daughter is the most interesting thing to come from the movie's story. The daughter doesn't feel loved after a mistake she makes in the beginning of the film. Her father proves that he loves his family through…

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  • You're Next

    You're Next

    ★★★★

    The final girl doesn't stumble into survival, but rather grabs the killers by their horns and spits in their faces. "You're Next" has some pacing issues with its first 1/2 hour, but once the film gets introductions out of the way this becomes a classic, slasher thrill ride with a feminist twist. Erin played by Australian actress Sharni Vinson portrays the token girlfriend, who typically would have been the first victim in any other slasher flick. Instead, this seemly background…

  • Love, Simon

    Love, Simon

    ★★★

    I've always been moved by coming-of-age narratives because high school is this really weird sliver of time where you can tell a poignant story about finding yourself. It's this place where you search for your voice in a sea of diverse personalities.

    I both love and hate "Love, Simon" as it tries to fit itself into the generic bubble of John Green and teen rom coms. I love this because it's awesome to hear young girls screaming for two boys…