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  • Onward



    yet another awesome addition into the pixar family. this movie was simply so much fun. there were so many epic sequences, moments, and ideas littered throughout. the two brothers shine and tom holland and chris pratt have stellar chemistry. for me, octavia spencer and julia louis-dreyfus stole this movie. their characters were so fun and unique. the messages that this movie conveys are really effective and different than most kids movies. it was so heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time, which is exactly what i wanted.

    gay tag: gay cop

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    oh my god this movie is gorgeous. i was in awe for every second of the film. there are two incredible characters who are so complex and interesting, and i loved following their journeys. i felt the passion, care, and fears throughout the film. it’s a slow burn romance that makes you really think about love and what it means. the performances, the cinematography, the script, and design all compliment the deeper meanings of the film. so so good.

    gay tag: this movie is pretty gay

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man


    this movie is phenomenal. it was the perfect slow burn psychological thriller and i was so entertained for every second. there are so many epic moments, twists, and action sequences that are so engaging. elisabeth moss gives one of the most memorable performances i’ve seen in a long time. aldis hodge and storm reid also shine. i love the overall commentary and themes the film plays with. the film is actually scary, thought-provoking, and smart. i can’t say enough. i absolutely loved it!

    gay tag: hot cop

  • The Lodge

    The Lodge


    i was looking forward to this film and it did not disappoint. i’m all for a slow burn horror, and this was completely effective. there are creepy moments, shocking twists, and themes i want to sit down and explore. riley keough is an absolute star and jaeden martell and lia mchugh shine in their respective roles. i had a blast with this film!

    gay tag: sweaters

  • The Photograph

    The Photograph


    a decent romantic drama. issa rae and lakeith stanfield carry the movie and have remarkable chemistry. the film is a bit too cheesy and predictable, but does a great job of capturing that first sense of love and passion. the structure could have complimented the story more. there are many flashbacks, some of which don’t even matter. but these two leads and their romance are definitely why you see the movie.

    gay tag: london

  • Downhill



    this movie was such a delight. the blend of drama and humor fits the story perfectly. the overall story and themes about family really hit home in a powerful way. will ferrell shines as this loser dad and miranda otto is a comedic genius. but julia louis-dreyfus easily steals the movie. she is one of my favorite performers of all time, so it is inevitable i was going to enjoy this movie. it was a refreshing and interesting dramedy!

  • The Gentlemen

    The Gentlemen

    i was extremely bored. i’m shocked that i wanted to leave the theater this bad. nothing worked for me. nothing at all.

  • Gretel & Hansel

    Gretel & Hansel

    oh my god this was awful. i never understood why this movie existed. nothing about this worked. nothing.

  • Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

    Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)


    i am OBSESSED with this movie. if this is not in my top 10 of the year, then this will be a great year for film. i was beyond entertained for every second and couldn’t believe how much fun i was having. first of all, i am in awe of harley quinn’s character. margot robbie flawlessly portrays this character. she’s literally crazy and not a good person and that’s exactly why i loved her and rooted for her for the…

  • The Rhythm Section

    The Rhythm Section


    i thoroughly enjoy and admire this film. i love reed morano and her style blends in perfectly with this story. the film is intimate, uncomfortable, and gritty. blake lively is incredible and portrays a broken and lost character perfectly. jude law and sterling k brown both shine, and i was so intrigued throughout the whole film in its themes and messages as well as content.

  • Clemency



    a perfectly fine movie with an incredible performance from alfre woodard. she carries this film and she is the reason to watch this film. i felt like this movie and its material would be much more suited for the stage rather than film. i never got the grasp of alfre woodard’s past troubles. if julius onah had this script, he could do wonders. i just saw so much potential in this film, but the execution wasn’t quite there.

  • The Turning

    The Turning


    a somewhat interesting horror flick. the reason to see this movie is the cast. mackenzie davis continues to be an absolute star. brooklyn prince and finn wolfhard are both incredible and complex in their own ways. it’s a film that relies on cheap, ineffective scares to advance the story. there is a lot of confusion with no answers and no real conclusions.

    gay tag: everyone’s hair was a secondary character in the film.