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  • Personal Shopper

    Personal Shopper


    I! AM! SHOOK!
    Kristen Stewart cured my homosexuality. I like women now. 
    The first 2/3 felt sort of mucky, or I was just confused, but then it pulls everything into focus so quickly and cleanly I just. I can't.
    I know some people had a hard time mining meaning out of this or understanding it, but I just listened to RuPaul's interview with Tyler Henry, the Hollywood Medium, so I understood it perfectly. 
    This was so motherfucking thrilling. I walked…

  • Auntie Mame

    Auntie Mame


    My gay cousin gave me this DVD for Christmas the year I turned 8 and read my baby gay ass for filth. 
    Rosalind ending every scene by hitting her mark and playing her reaction for another 5 seconds under spotlight is the eternal mood. 

    I listened to the Mame OBCR again in my car the other day and cried. 
    Y'know when you want an event to finally occur so you can experience a piece of work differently? Like, I want…

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  • The Family

    The Family


    Dianna Agron would never shit in somebody’s wig, plus she can read. We have no choice but to stan.

  • LA 92

    LA 92


    “What shall avail if we can place a man on the moon but cannot cure the sickness* in our cities”

    *the sickness is racism and police brutality

    Watching this the week we send more people to the moon while also putting the entire nation on curfew after protesting more repeated police violence is chilling. I literally got three notifications about LA curfews while watching, like, what the fuck

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  • Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things

    Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things


    It was good until the weird white guy in stringy leather sandals on a skateboard tried giving me life advice. But that was 2 minutes in and turned out to be the entire movie.

  • Book Club

    Book Club


    I always say that Fences or Girl’s Trip were so incredible in the theater because I got to see them and interact with them in the audience that those movies were made for and they felt comfortable talking back and laughing and clapping and it was an incredible space to be invited into. Let me tell you, the house full of old white ladies I saw this with have never been more lit on a movie in their lives! They were…