• Good Time

    Good Time


    This movie had my ass so tight. None stop my heart was racing. Never knew what was coming. Robert Pattinson is so dirty and stinky in this movie I love it

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    Watched this w my gf and she cried

  • Widows



    Viola Davis and Elizabeth Debicki going from slapping each other to becoming bffs, retweet if you agree.

  • The Haunting of Hill House

    The Haunting of Hill House


    I have never seen something that binds reality and the paranormal so seemlessly. I’m in awe. 

    The most horrific thing about this is how emotional it made me. NELLIE DESERVED BETTER. 

    Also. Carla Gugino really fukn did it for me.

  • Whiplash



    This is my fucking tempo. Luv it. 

    Chazelle’s macroshots - oof! I spent the entire movie thinking that JK Simmons looked like a turkey??

  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl


    If you rated Gone Girl less than 5 stars it’s probably because Nick Dunne reminded you of yourself.

    Anyway. Excelllllent performance by Rosamund Pike. And yet again, David Fincher establishes himself as one the best directors of this generation. His command of your attention and impeccable timing are incomparable.

    Also may I add. When Fincher cuts the sound and black flashes on the screen when **** is killed !

  • Maniac



    It was confusing, it was fun. It was colourful and it was sad. This retro futuristic world really got my nips hard too.  

    I would give it 5 stars if Jonah Hill didn’t make me feel so uncomfortable.

  • Carol



    This shit was filmed on 16mm so it’s got that sweet fuzziness about it. Chef kiss**
         Straight ppl say that they were distant and cold. Yikes. You just don’t get it. There’s a tentativeness in how they approached each other and honestly I fukn felt that on a level. The fear, the doubt, and the discovery that they share that connection :’)
         Cate Blanchett’s performance was honestly just mesmerising. I couldn’t stop thinking about it for days. And the costumes were so beautifully crafted too.

  • The Witch

    The Witch



    On the real. This wasn’t explicitly terrifying in the way horror films usually are. But fuck. I almost shat my pants. It uses realism, atmosphere and sound to immerse you so deeply into the 1630s. The score and the pace work well together to create increasing paranoia. 

     Also I am now scared of goats.

  • Sicario



    My asshole was clenched for the entire duration of this movie. Denis Villeneuve is definitely one of the best ones of this era.

  • Raw



    The French always did like their steaks a little too rare.

  • The Florida Project

    The Florida Project


    Retweet if u fuckn cried. 

    This was so nuanced and shit like. So unafraid of telling ugly stories.

    I’m still crying