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  • Moonlight
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Recent reviews

  • The Night House

    The Night House


    Definitely left me with a lot of unanswered questions, but it was incredibly suspenseful and certainly creepy all the way through. I am unsure if we, the audience, were supposed to not know exactly what possessed Owen and it was up to our own imagination to figure it out, because it was not explained at all. It said a lot about grief and the acting was incredible, but there were far too many convenient plot points to truly be immersed in this film. I would like to rewatch it one day.

  • Barbie in A Mermaid Tale 2

    Barbie in A Mermaid Tale 2


    This was actually genuinely funny. I laughed out loud at multiple scenes, mostly due to the evil fish; he was hilarious. Just like the first film, the graphics, in general, were questionable at best but the close-up scenes were really beautiful and they looked like real Barbies. The plot was pretty thin, but I love the enemies-to-lovers trope between Merliah and Kylie. You can't tell me all Barbie movies aren't queer, because they are and I love them that for that.

Popular reviews

  • The Hills Have Eyes

    The Hills Have Eyes

    I'm so tired of rape and sexual assault against women being shown on screen like it's nothing as if it doesn't happen every single minute to real women. It's bullshit and there's no need for it in horror movies. If you have to result to that to shock your viewers, you're not talented and should not be making movies. Besides those scenes, this wasn't even good or scary. The only thing I liked was the family and their dynamic. Fuck you.

  • Eighth Grade

    Eighth Grade


    I would have liked this a lot more if it was less focused on her relationships with men. Especially since most of them, except her father, were negative and laced with sexual assault in some way. That car scene was just too much; what was the point of making her friends with Olivia, who was a genuinely nice person, just for that scene to happen. The buildup was horrible. She had no positive relationships that lasted with any women. I hate when it's obvious a male directed a film with a female lead.