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  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle

    Kingsman: The Golden Circle


    Kingsman: The Secret Service was a wildly entertaining, graphically satisfying, hilariously cheeky movie and Kingsman: The Golden Circle is equally so, if not a little more.

    This was a fantastic sequel, filled to the brim with gorgeously executed fight scenes, awesomely ridiculous stunts, wonderfully stupid jokes, and quite literally ALL of the emotions. Not to mention: THAT CAST.

    I am so absolutely pleased. I love these movies to my core.

  • It



    It (2017) is an exceptional adaptation of its novel counterpart. There is astute attention to detail, refreshingly juvenile comedic relief, lots of fearful depth, and a few great jump scares. Despite the fact that I had to pee the whole time, making 2.5 hours seem like 4, I was very pleased with the experience of seeing It on the big screen (finally!!!).

    Now, that being said, I liked the original miniseries a bit better... for mostly all aesthetic reasons. (I'm…

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  • The Village

    The Village


    The Village is one of my all time favorites and it always blows my mind to see negative reviews about it on the internet (which happens quite often). Not only is the plot line fantastically written and incredibly original, the acting is truly admirable. It's fun to go back now and watch Sigourney Weaver, Adrien Brody, and even Jesse Eisenberg from 2004. Despite having seen it numerous times, I'm always at the edge of my seat, nervous about what's coming…

  • The Fountain

    The Fountain


    A truly remarkable, original, interesting, and mystifying work of art that astounds in every possible way. Rachel Weisz is beyond ethereal and captivating as both Queen Isabel and Izzi Creo, Hugh Jackman's performance is nothing short of heart-wrenching and genuinely magnificent, and their on-screen relationship is so full of feeling and emotion that you can't help but be swept up in the narrative. From screenplay to cinematography, from costume to soundtrack--I can't for the life of me find a legitimate…