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  • Saw III
  • The Devil Wears Prada
  • Inland Empire
  • Marie Antoinette

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  • Mulholland Drive


  • Sisters


  • Petite Maman


  • The Pottery Maker

Pinned reviews

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    "In solitude, I felt the liberty you spoke of.
    But I also felt your absence."

    a romance of clandestine lovers; the reality of the pain and the yearning and the poetry of the love and the lust. the scene of the arguement, about halfway through: héloïse and marianne speak about how love feels when it's lifeless, hopeless; is it made up of fleeting moments that lack truth, or a deep, visceral collection of emotions that lasts? the answer to that…

  • Twilight


    “you’re my own personal brand of heroin”

    transcends it's status of being "so bad it's good" because this shit is actually good, some of y'all are just pretentious losers. the correct term is camp. it's camp. that blue/grey tint that enchants everything, the insane writing that comes off as both sexually awkward and gorgeously inane resulting in the perfect adaptation of a YA novel (catherine deserves accolades for managing to translate a book into video without sacrificing any quirks that made…

Recent reviews

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive

    "Hey pretty girl, time to wake up."

    basically what wandavision would be if it was actually good and was directed by david lynch. seeing it in a packed theater on 35mm with friends & then getting to feel gloriously pretentious explaining it to them after is a wonderful, beautiful experience. & i hope all lynch whores get to experience it as well. also this is the greatest tragedy of all time & i finally understand! heterosexuality is a curse & camilla is evidence of it.

  • Sisters


    "Did you know that the germs can come through the wires? I never call and I never answer. It's a good way to get sick. very sick. That's how I got so sick! SOMEONE CALLED ME ON THE TELEPHONE"

    personally if I wanted to watch a 70s giallo-esque murder flick starring margot kidder that utilizes POV shots to heighten the fear I'd watch black christmas instead but that's just me. otherwise, it's alright! margot kidder is exquisite & the atmosphere is…

Popular reviews

  • Elvis


    "The way you sing is God-given, so
    there can't be nothin' wrong with it."

    saved by the baz luhrmann treatment, cause i could not give less of a fuck about elvis presley. if not for luhrmanns chokehold on my thirst for glamour, the lack of discussion surrounding how problematic he was would make this insufferable. but no! it's fun, it's exciting, & it's deliciously glamorous. along with austin butlers exuberant performance, & tom hanks with his sinister presence throughout — consistently horrific with the fake accent & the bad make-up. seeing it in an empty arthouse theater was necessary.

  • Void


    all that for a generic white boy?