eternalsunshin3 has written 20 reviews for films rated ★★★★½ .

  • The Northman

    The Northman

    ★★★★½

    Robert Eggers is the man. I was super eager to see this as I absolutely loved both "The Witch" and "The Lighthouse" so much and after watching this one, I can definitely say that I cannot wait to what else Eggers brings to the table. I was hesitant on weather I would enjoy "The Northman" as much as his other films considering it's a piece set around the turn of the 10th century, an absolute Viking epic... AKA a film…

  • Possession

    Possession

    ★★★★½

    "You're looking at me as if to tell me that I need you to fill me up"

    Quite easily one of the best and most underrated horror films of all time "Possession" encapsulates the most grotesque yet amazing kind of horror you could ever imagine. It's disgusting and chaotic and there is something so fucking great about this one. Between the twisty timeline that has you constantly questioning what in the fuck is even going on, to the insane camera…

  • Pet Sematary II

    Pet Sematary II

    ★★★★½

    "dead is better!"

    Truly one of my all time favorite movies of all time. I really can't tell you how much I love this one. Again, it was another staple in my childhood and even more so when I developed the BIGGEST crush on Edward Furlong at the ripe age of 12. I found this one to be truly terrifying as child mainly because of Clancy Browns performance as "Gus". (Im feeling it now Mr. Krabs). Lots of visceral kills…

  • The Wedding Singer

    The Wedding Singer

    ★★★★½

    "Ok, I just want to warn you that when I wrote this song I was listening to The Cure a lot, so.."

    I really can't get over what an excellent movie this is. In fact, I think it's my favorite Sandler film to date. Interestingly enough, I re watched this after many years the last time I was in the hospital and it really helped lighten my mood, and this re watch, I was in the hospital again and can…

  • Hereditary

    Hereditary

    ★★★★½

    " Don’t you swear at me, you little shit! Don’t you ever raise your voice at me! I am your mother!"

    I have been currently working non stop and just realized I never logged this nearly a month ago when I revisited this excellent film on Halloween and must say, I feel bad leaving my review unspoken so here we go.

    First of all... I can't help but applaud Aster on one of the best horror movies ever. I wasn't…

  • Full Metal Jacket

    Full Metal Jacket

    ★★★★½

    "There is no racial bigotry here. Here you are all equally worthless."

    I've always enjoyed this film and can honestly say it's one of my favorite Kubrick creations. The attention and detail displayed throughout the film is astounding and impressive, it's gritty and raw as it can be, and really does encapsulate war perfectly. The cast is perfect, the movie is intense throughout it's entire run time, and the soundtrack is excellent. It really is a spectacle that will absolutely be remembered as one of the greatest war films of all time.. thank you Kubrick... for your diverse work you gave us.

  • Little Miss Sunshine

    Little Miss Sunshine

    ★★★★½

    "Do what you love and fuck the rest."

    I always forget how much I absolutely ADORE this movie. Its funny, heartwarming and utterly enjoyable from start to finish. The entire cast is excellent and really makes you feel the dysfunctional love among the family members. There are so many wonderful parts, and I'm always happy to re watch this one. I am a huge Steve Carell fan and I love his serious role in this. Toni Colette in a literal…

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man

    ★★★★½

    " He was a sociopath. He said that I could never leave him. He controlled how I looked, and what I wore. Then there was controlling when I left the house, and eventually what I thought."

    Before I watched this film, I knew that I should brace myself because I knew I would most likely be triggered. This movie hit closer to home than I anticipated, however I thought it was a great cinematic experience. As a woman who experienced…

  • Booksmart

    Booksmart

    ★★★★½

    "You can make yourself cum using only your mind? That's like the one thing my mind can't do."

    I fucking loved this with every ounce of my being. I literally said I would never watch this but I did anyways and I'm so glad I did lol. It oddly reminded me of old movies like "Can't Hardly Wait" and a mix of "Superbad" and I am living for it. I get the hype about this movie and would absolutely watch it again.

  • Honey Boy

    Honey Boy

    ★★★★½

    “Y’know a seed needs to totally destroy itself to become a flower. That’s a violent act, honey boy.”

    I found this to be absolutely relatable in many ways and thought it reflected and touched on many things tons of people struggle with daily between alcoholism and PTSD. I thought the cinemetograhy was great, I think Shia Lebouf's performance was excellent and I think it was a really good film showcasing a lot of his struggles, even as a child. I…

  • Eyes Wide Shut

    Eyes Wide Shut

    ★★★★½

    "No dream is ever just a dream."

    Kubrick's final masterpiece is insanely ominous, sinister and thought provoking. I enjoyed this much more than I thought I would and found myself enthralled with the mystery and thought it was quite an enigma. I`m really not a huge fan of Tom Cruise, nor Nicole Kidman, however, it was still enjoyable. I also became enamored with little small things I caught such as the seemingly similar Christmas trees wrapped in multi colored lights…

  • Sharp Objects

    Sharp Objects

    ★★★★½

    "My demons are not remotely tackled. They're just mildly concussed. "

    I really don`t think I gave this enough credit and appreciated it enough the first time I watched it. Upon reading the book by Gillian Flynn, I fell in love with the story more and decided a re watch was necessary. Insanely deep, dark and twisted, its pretty excellent for only having one season. The performances here are a total spectacle although, Amy Adams really shines despite her damaged,…