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  • A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood


    Tom Hanks wasn’t even acting here.

  • Emma.



    This film is summed up by Bill Nighy's facial expressions.

  • My Spy

    My Spy


    Exactly what you would expect. Had some fun dance moments.

  • Waves



    While it is undoubtedly stunning in its cinematography, music, and performances; go watch Euphoria instead.

  • Richard Jewell

    Richard Jewell


    Sam Rockwell deserved that Snickers.

  • The Gentlemen

    The Gentlemen


    Now Hugh grant is a proper handsome cunt, living his best life and flirting with Charlie Hunnam. A bunch of great jokes land perfectly, the directing is swift and stylish. Guy Ritchie classic.

  • Just Mercy

    Just Mercy


    Good performances with a message you’ve seen before but it’s powerful nonetheless. Watch it for Brie Larson's southern accent.

  • Bombshell



    Found it hard in the beginning to grasp the tone of the movie. Was I watching a drama, a comedy or an episode of the Office? Nonetheless, Theron, Robbie, and Kidman were all brilliant. Lithgow took the creep Oscar for his portrayal of Roger Ailes. Honestly, fuck this guy.

  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit


    From laughing at Hitler jumping out of the window to being on the verge of tears. Sorry Tarantino, Taika is the only director that can give me chills by filming a woman’s feet. Now let's have a dance.

  • 1917



    Wow, just wow. From the very first minute, I was sucked into the story of this movie. It is tense, emotional and impressive. And boy don't get me started on the score. Simply terrific. What a great idea to make this entire thing a one-shot. Such a great way to capture the importance of time and the two characters.

  • Fighting with My Family

    Fighting with My Family


    I never thought I would like a movie about wrestling. But this was told in such a cute way. The cast is perfect and Florence Pugh is brilliant. So much fun.

  • Stan & Ollie

    Stan & Ollie


    A wonderful homage to two creative geniuses. Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly truly embody Laurel and Hardy. These incredible actors do not disappoint.