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  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love


    An admission that you must know before you read any further into this: I have social and general anxiety. Not really crippling in my eyes, but it's enough to be a good problem. I can barely make eye contact in public, with a lot of the eye contact being fleeting at the most, and I only speak at the lowest of volumes with my voice when I talk in public. Whenever I'm surrounded by people I don't know, I just…

  • Adventure Time

    Adventure Time

    So, before I begin, I want you to know something: this is completely, totally, wholly unnecessary. You do not in any way have to read this (not that you would have to read anything that I write) if you do not wish to, or if you haven't seen the show, or you haven't enjoyed it. This is entirely me, writing about a show simply because I needed to get my worries and depressions out onto an outlet where I may…

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  • The Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast Club


    Just another plethora of random and crazy thoughts I had during my third viewing of this coming-of-age character study essential:

    ~ Judd Nelson is wonderfully sadistic; so gleeful and scathing in his continuous gratuitous verbal onslaught of the people around him.

    ~ I'd absolutely love to see this as a stage-play.

    ~ Truly a disturbing film when you think about it. A cleverly innocent depiction of hollow stereotypes constructed by the scattered products of the abuse, self-destruction, and pressure weighing…

  • Room



    Because I'm left utterly and completely speechless, all I can say for now is this: I will always hold a never-ending gratitude and appreciation for all of the powerful women in the world like "Ma" who give their everything just to bring their children the beauty of the world, even in the darkest of nights and the most sinister of circumstances. A beautiful film about a beautiful mother and her beautiful child, finding the divine in the deathly. A+

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  • La La Land

    La La Land


    I'm back from vacation, and I just want to remind everyone that the first and final five minutes of this film are better than most movies. You are objectively wrong if you disagree and should be sentenced to a life in prison in which you must serve your time by watching this film over and over again until you finally see the light.

  • Annihilation



    If Ex Machina was Garland's cautious foray into the subjects of humanity, gender, and technology and how they coincide, then Annihilation is the film in which Garland covers the rocky concept of self-destruction and repeated harm unto our psyches and exteriors, explored in such a fashion that feels uniquely cerebral and almost radical in its sheer bravery of toying with genre. Its mix of horror and wonder are rivaled by the sheer surrealist idiosyncrasy that especially embodies its final act, and it truly adds up to what the best kind of science fiction is: intelligent, daring, beautiful, horrifying, and completely free in scope. A