• C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon

    such a lovely film (and beautiful to look at), but there was this moment at the very start where i kindaaaa got emotional cause as much as i like writing about movies for myself, a part of me still wishes and will forever wish to be making them, so, yeah, thanks, mike mills, for reminding me of that

  • Logan


    when i say i dislike superhero films, i am clearly not talking about the first comic book movie nominated for the academy award for adapted screenplay LOGAN (2017) dir. james mangold which is celebrating its fifth anniversary on this day, amen

  • Inside Llewyn Davis

    Inside Llewyn Davis

    it's been eight years since i first saw this and four since last saw it and i *still* can't express just why this movie means the world to me, so all i'll say is this: this is one of the only films which i think is genuinely perfect.

  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World

    first of all, the lead looks more like kate lyn sheil than dakota johnson. justice for mumblecore’s leading lady

    second of all, i liked it! but i felt like there was a coldness that prevented me from loving it. i’m a lost mess just like julie, but i never felt like i related to her or her issues. obvi, i don’t need this cater to my exact feelings, but i’ve seen so many people identify w the film and i…

  • Spencer


    i'm gonna preface this by saying i am not a diehard princess diana fan nor am i someone who insists on biopics being 100% accurate. i think liberties should be taken if that means a story could be better told.

    as a film about a princess stuck in a loveless marriage and abusive institution, SPENCER is a good film. as a biopic of princess diana, it's one of the most insulting movies i have ever seen. at the beginning, a…

  • Nowhere Special

    Nowhere Special

    i spent the entire movie with my mask wet because i could not fucking stop crying. if i still rated things on here, this would be my first film to get five stars on a first viewing in years. my god, what a film.

  • The Nest

    The Nest

    seeing carrie coon dance and jude law constantly lie on the big screen was literally a religious experience

  • Ordinary People

    Ordinary People

    this is a Masterpiece™ and so is the director

  • Laggies


    today marks one year since lynn shelton died and i still can't really wrap my head around that or express how much she means to me, so i'll just say this: i love her and i miss her and i am so happy she shared her empathy, talent, and vision with the world. thank you, lynn <333

  • The Father

    The Father

    the way this dealt with memory, putting us in anthony's position, making us believe smth in one scene - what his daughter looks like, the painting hanging in the living room etc. - and then presenting us with another reality, is simply sublime. it feels like maybeeee i should rewatch it to properly appreciate it, but even so, i'm gonna think about it for the longest time.

  • Malcolm & Marie

    Malcolm & Marie

    i just know that if john cassavetes were alive, he would HATE this <3

  • Mank


    i'm leaving this ratingless for the time being because i took a LONG break halfway through to declutter my room, but i loved it. couldn't really vibe with the weird age gaps (i don't usually mind them, but why were gary oldman and amanda seyfried playing characters born ten months apart?), but everything else is *chef's kiss*. i def need to rewatch it one day so i can give it the respect it deserves. god, i miss having an attention span that lasts for longer than one vine