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  • Friends: The Reunion

    Friends: The Reunion

    ★★★★★

    Yeah… Fanboy rant incoming… Bias galore…

    These people were my friends when I didn’t have real friends. They were the reason I laughed until my sides hurt. They were a consistent source of inspiration, comfort, and joy. They were proof that love is what matters most at the end of the day.

    They will always be these things for me, and for billions of other people, whenever we revisit an episode. I’m so grateful for this show and that I…

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    For a movie with only one likable character (who gets about 2 minutes of screen time), I really enjoyed this! I happen to disagree with the criticisms that this film doesn't have heart or soul. It totally does. Just in an unconventional way, and unconventional is good!

    Right off the bat though, I don't think I would've enjoyed this near as much if I wasn't already familiar with Martin McDonagh. I'm a fan of Seven Psychopaths and this film totally…

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  • Misery

    Misery

    As a writer, I want people to like my stories... but maybe not this much.

    Much like The Shining, this Stephen King adaptation set in a secluded snowy location, makes me feel all warm and cozy while watching it. Yes, for some reason I find Kathy Bates torturing James Caan to be comforting. What the heck is wrong with me?

    But all that aside, Misery is such a great time! The story here is well contained and is all the…

  • Us

    Us

    A combination of factors falling into place on the "Us" opening weekend made watching this film my best theater experience I've ever had. I will always remember and respect it for its impact on me at that time...

    That being said though, after some rewatches, I am convinced that I got a bit carried away with my previous review and was too generous with my rating. This film is undoubtedly fun, had tons of potential, and I'll buy tickets to…