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  • Cam

    Cam

    ★★★★

    A thrillingly unnerving and stressful thriller-type of movie with a really fantastically layered performance by Madeline Brewster (whose really becoming one of my faves in whatever she does) that isn’t afraid to go full Dostoyevsky. 

    Like an extended episode of Black Mirror, but rather than play itself as a cautionary tale, it illustrates this story of a cam-girl very non-judgementally. 

    I really appreciated how its themes of identity and self gratification by thirst-baiting online, were truly highlighted. This film could…

  • Incredibles 2

    Incredibles 2

    Y’all, this is basically a perfect movie. 
    Voyd is seriously such a delightful character AND HER FIGHTING SEQUENCES LORDY. AND THE ENTIRETY OF THE INCREDICAR ESCAPE SCENE 
    <3

    I actually really liked the pacing with the reveal, and the only thing I wished was that we got to hear, or, potentially see, more of Honey and Lucius, but you know what, we aRE NOT DESERVING OF WITNISSING THE GREATEST GOOD WE’RE EVER GONNA GET TBH

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  • Annihilation

    Annihilation

    ★★★★

    Legally not allowed to say anything...BUT:

    The love child of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Under the Skin, with some Blade Runner sprinkled in.

    Lordy, Gina Rodriguez, she is someone that is going to have EVERYONE talking as she seriously stole the show and had me genuinely shook.

    Cannot wait to read the discussions about this when it comes out.

    [review will be updated once officially released]

  • Suspiria

    Suspiria

    ★★★★★

    “While you danced it, what was happening inside you— in your body?”
    “It felt like what I think it must feel to fuck.”
    “Do you mean fuck a man?”
    “No. I was thinking of an animal.” 

    The end is coming. Without knowing what that may be, it is still imminent, as our characters deeply examine themselves and their surroundings while navigating a hopeless, yet vibrant world, that’s colored in dread and mystery, from the perspective of their own mirror-rooms. 

    Without…