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  • Barbie: A Fairy Secret
  • Barbie: Princess Charm School
  • Barbie in A Mermaid Tale
  • Barbie in A Mermaid Tale 2

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  • Bubble

    ★★

  • If Anything Happens I Love You

  • Black Girl

    ★★★★

  • A Raisin in the Sun

    ★★★★

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  • Bubble

    Bubble

    ★★

    From the acclaimed director of iconic anime productions Death Note and Attack on Titan comes a…depressingly overly-sentimental, half-baked, and subpar addition to Tetsuro Araki’s (anime?)ography. What caused such a departure from form for Araki? Perhaps he was never the primary issue, though; writing always plays a major part in story-telling and that cannot be refuted in any case, thus when a story is so terribly generic and seemingly inchoate as 2022’s Bubble is, how much is the director to blame…

  • Tall Girl 2

    Tall Girl 2

    ½

    I don't have enough sufficient energy right now to hate on this, nor any other blatantly trashy-movie, but the description ('and now she really needs to “stand tall”') nearly drove me to commit a war crime.

    (un)Luckily, this sequel is unbearably boring and trite. arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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  • Millennium Actress

    Millennium Actress

    ★★★★★

    The eternal search for love and the simultaneous enduring eloquence and heartbreaking inadequacy of memory. I am not a romantic and never have been one; in fact, depressingly and hilariously, I've never been romantically in love which has made it a difficult task for me to relate to countless romances told through stories in different formats and yet all I need is to see. Love is distinct and sometimes I witness the very persistence of love that brings me near…

  • Ran

    Ran

    ★★★★★

    BRUH NO ONE WARNED ME THAT THIS WOULD BE THAT DEPRESSING 😭. I never expected to cry during a historical epic. I really thought this would be some cool action-packed epic and while it is that (not very action-packed though), it's also so much more than that. The dark depressing nature took over within 1985's Ran, a film I had called my most anticipated for multiple months and let's just say that it delivered. In fact, this very "most anticipated…