• Bullet Train

    Bullet Train


    place me directly in between aaron taylor johnson and brad pitt fighting like savages to the death and i’ll be happy.

  • World of Tomorrow

    World of Tomorrow

    damn haha i’m kind of crying uncontrollably 😂😜🥺

  • Right Now, Wrong Then

    Right Now, Wrong Then


    i need to let this one marinate, but just know that if you're into dialogue lead, introspective movies - this one (and any hong sang-soo film) is for you!

  • Nope



    even better the second time god damn

  • Not Okay

    Not Okay


    a movie that centers around the world of social media and doesn’t make it cringe? thank you! it was so self aware and shared a powerful message! and the performances were so exquisite, especially miss mia isaac!! dylan obrien is so sexy.

  • Mean Girls

    Mean Girls


    your mom’s chest hair

  • Scary Movie

    Scary Movie

    thank god i was high during this viewing

  • Nope



    may i rebuke with YUP. because this was fucking phenomenal. a SPECTACLE!

    and i got to watch keke palmer interview jordan peele, in the flesh, beforehand?! i am grateful that minds and talent like theirs exist😌

  • Spree



    it was a movie!

    good concept and i love joe keery but it was ehhh i think i’m just not the biggest fan of movies centered around social media👁👄👁

  • Seven Days in Helsinki: Conversations with Kyungmin Park

    Seven Days in Helsinki: Conversations with Kyungmin Park

    a film centered around ceramics….two of my favorite things ever :,) this was a delight and so nice to be introduced to a new director and ceramicist

  • Cha Cha Real Smooth

    Cha Cha Real Smooth


    cooper raiff you just GET it❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Saint Laurent

    Saint Laurent


    “i love bodies without souls, because the soul is elsewhere.” 

    i feel bad for yves :( yes he had riches and parties and fun at his disposal, but what life truly comes down to is the people you surround yourself by. it was like he was a part of the living dead, parading through his career, one step at a time, only to result in loneliness. 

    i loved the artistic direction and cinematography of this (quite magnificent!!), but it felt…