• Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

    Ma Rainey's Black Bottom


    what if everytime someone called ma rainey "ma" octavia spencer would show up

  • Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry

    Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry


    Bathed in neon colors and lights, framed with performances of her best-known hits and exciting behind-the-scenes looks, Billie Eilish's "The World's A Little Blurry" is one of the most honest and unvarnished documentaries about the life of a pop star. What is shown gives even non-fans a deeper insight into the phenomenon of her success and how a teenager copes with the rapid rise to fame. I was really surprised who much I liked this!

  • Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

    Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar


    😭 this 😭 was 😭 way 😭 funnier 😭 than 😭 it 😭 was 😭 allowed 😭 to 😭 be

    (also jamie dornans musical number was everything)

  • I Care a Lot

    I Care a Lot


    Rosamund Pike really went from "Gone Girl" to "Grandma Gone"

  • Supernova



    one hour into the movie the person i was watching it with asked what the title was and decided afterwards that the name "britishback mountain" suited better. i agree. lots of british scenery and mountains.

  • Judas and the Black Messiah

    Judas and the Black Messiah


    In a perfect world this would win Best Picture over The Trial of the Chicago 7

  • To All the Boys: Always and Forever

    To All the Boys: Always and Forever


    i hope this was the last time i ever had to sit through a movie with noah centineo

  • Blackfish



    I can‘t believe I just watched a cute shortfilm about a whale which is on the Oscar shortlist and then unintentional went on to see a documentary about killer whales lol...

  • The Dig

    The Dig


    I really enjoyed this, which surprised me tbh! maybe it is because i'm in love with carey mulligan or because i was really digging (sorry i'm copying this joke as well) the cinematography...nevertheless this was a really charming little drama film!

  • Nian



    Lulu Wang is one of those up-and-coming directors that I really want to support, because you can see right away that she has an incredible vision. I can't wait to see her next feature film after "The Farewell" and I had to watch this short film right away - even in the running time of only 10 minutes you can see how much talent she has and I can't wait to see her career blossom.

    Another short personal anecdote: She…

  • Earwig and the Witch

    Earwig and the Witch


    If I would be Hayao Miyazaki, I would just disinherit my son at this point...because it's getting quite embarrassing

    (As a hardcore Studio Ghibli fan I'm simply going to ignore the fact that this "film" is part of their filmography now...Instead of a creative, breathtaking hand-drawn masterpiece, you get a story with annoying characters, bad 3D animation without any unique selling point...I rather felt like I had turned on some cheap children's show on TV. It was everything I completely despise and I hope to forget it as soon as possible)

  • Beginners



    Such a beautiful film from start to finish. I guess if I would be a director I would try to I would want to create something in the style of Mike Mills film, as they bring an incredibly personal and poetic nuance. I think "Beginners" is one of those movies that you will appreciate even more over time, and that will touch you all over again at other stages of your life. Plus on top there was a wonderful performance by Christopher Plummer that was rightly awarded the Oscar, may he rest in peace. 💔