• Minari



    an extremely gentle, genuine, and touching film. the lack of defined plot allows us to carefully notice the smaller details that depict this family's struggle, and the objective point of view lets us absorb family dynamics through small and elaborate gestures. the style and the depiction of small but meaningful interactions culminate into a moving message about the importance of having your family as a support system. i was so moved by this film!

  • K-ON! The Movie

    K-ON! The Movie


    K-on is a love letter to friendship. It is a nudge of encouragement to find happiness through life's simple moments. It is serotonin captured on screen.

    Most importantly, it is singlehandedly the most influential series I have ever seen, as it has made me reflect on how much I appreciate my own friends and family.

  • Fight Club

    Fight Club


    Cant believe i just watched a gay satire about fighting against capitalism

  • The Farewell

    The Farewell


    "in the east, a person's life is part of a whole."

    damn. i miss my family in china. i miss my grandma's 油面 and the way my grandpa rarely talked, but his eyes lit up as we gathered as a family. i miss my aunt going to the fruit vendors at 5 fucking am to get the freshest peaches. these are all little things the farewell reminded me of. seeing their family on my laptop screen was just like seeing…

  • Batman Begins

    Batman Begins


    cillian murphy dilf

  • The Florida Project

    The Florida Project


    Even though The Florida Project doesn't really have a "plot", every moment within this story provides us with better insight of the characters and builds our empathy towards them. Every single scene in this film resonates with meaning and significance, building up to the heartbreaking ending. To me, this film felt so natural, so authentic, and so simple—which is what made this film compelling. I've never seen characters written and portrayed as genuinely as Moonee and Halley were, which added…