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  • My Friend Dahmer

    My Friend Dahmer


    Listen. I’ve waited SO LONG to see this and when I did, I was not disappointed. This movie is interesting because most of us know what Jeffrey Dahmer did. But this film humanizes him in a way that we’ve never really seen before. It almost (ALMOST) makes you forget what he did and just lets you focus on how hard he tried to fit in and how tough his home life is. This is by no means an excuse for…

  • The Farewell

    The Farewell


    As an Asian immigrant, this film touched my heart and reminded me of not only life back home but the struggles of not being able to see your family as often as you’d like. Family truly is a big part of our culture and knowing how often this happens adds to the beauty of this film. I cried from start to finish and I can’t wait to show this to the rest of my family. Asian or not, this is a must see film about family, love and culture. Please go see it.

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  • A Simple Favor

    A Simple Favor


    Okay so...A Simple Favor is something else. It was so nice and smooth in the beginning and suddenly I was being thrown out of my seat with all the twists (they weren’t that dramatic but honestly there were some moments where I didn’t know what was happening then I understood and once I did ANOTHER TWIST). I had such a great time with this film and Blake Lively, Anna Kendrick and Henry Golding F*CK ME UP. That’s all.

  • A Girl Like Her

    A Girl Like Her


    This documentary about bullying is one of the best out there. Not only does it focus on the person being bullied but also on the one doing the bullying. There are many scenes throughout the movie that emphasizes about the seriousness of this issue and how some people look at it. This movie needs to recognized by many people because it captures the essence of how bullying affects a lot of people.