• Butterfly Kisses

    Butterfly Kisses

    This definitely could have been better... but also could have been worse. Overall though, It kept my attention, and even though a few of the scenes were quite cheesy, it was still enjoyable for the most part.

  • Lake Mungo

    Lake Mungo

    "I feel like something bad has happened. It hasn't reached me yet but it's on its way."

    Absolutely love found footage and been on a huge found footage binge lately watching as many as I can and I this was on I had heard of several times but never checked out. This one definitely had it's moments and told an interesting story, however this one wasn't quite for me.

  • A Cure for Wellness

    A Cure for Wellness

    ★★½

    For this being as lengthy as it is, I thought the pacing was different and as far as horror films go I thought this one had a different vibe than most and that is what was interesting about it. It's one the is memorable and sets itself apart from others in many ways. Loved seeing Jason Issacs play typical bad (cannot see him as anything other than Hap from the AMAZING Netflix series "The OA) and overall liked revisiting this one.

  • Old

    Old

    God this was so bad in all ways.

  • Snowtown

    Snowtown

    Had high hopes for this one but was incredibly unimpressed and found this movie to be boring. Although eventful for the most part, even as a true crime lover I didn't see even half of what I expected in this and felt it was entirely too long and overdrawn. Not much else to say besides I could not wait for it to end and was highly disappointed.

  • Hounds of Love

    Hounds of Love

    ★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Been super into Australian cinema lately and this was a really good one to check out. The pacing was great, the runtime was decent, the performances were great (loved seeing my girl Susie Porter from Wentworth). Overall, I loved the ending and was happy to see the end result (was worried for a minute that this one would not have a pretty ending). Would recommend this one, it kept me on the edge of my seat and interested.

  • Shrek

    Shrek

    ★★★★

    "Ogres are like onions. Ogres have layers... onions have layers...You get it. We both have layers."

    Absolute classic, fun from start to finish and easily one of the best animated movies of all time.

  • The Dry

    The Dry

    ★★★½

    Enjoyed this, not much else to say besides worth checking out, good cast and great performances all around.

  • The Truman Show

    The Truman Show

    ★★½

    Another film I checked out that I felt is a must see, however wasn't completely blown away. Although it was a decent film to give you a roller coaster of emotions and Jim Carrey's awesome performance, it's another cult classic that just wasn't for me. I found myself bored at times even, but nonetheless am glad to have checked it out.

  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver

    ★★

    Logging some movies from May that I just didn't have the energy to review.

    I felt like this was a must see if you're a film lover so decided to give it a go. This was interesting at times, and I enjoyed seeing De Niro in this roll and was surprised to find him quite handsome in his younger years. I loved seeing young Jodi Foster as well, but found myself a little bored at times and felt it was…

  • Dogtooth

    Dogtooth

    "Do you know what dad will do if he finds out I lick your keyboard"

    Ok Ok, I see why this one always makes the list for "incredibly fucked up films" however it wasn't what I expected nor did it impress me much. Yes, it had a few scenes that were hard to watch, but for the most part, it was a little too weird and far fetched for my taste, nor did I like the last few scenes. For…

  • American History X

    American History X

    ★★★★★

    This film is so important. It is incredibly powerful and every single viewing moves me. It is so impactful and I infinitely impressed with the performances throughout. I feel like this film was ahead of it’s time and incredibly underrated and not talked about enough.  I cannot even begin to explain how profound the black and white scenes are in this film, being exceedingly impactful. Could watch this one over and over throughout the years and be equally if not more moved every single time.