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  • The Farthest

    The Farthest

    ★★★★★

    And this next image... the Earth in a sunbeam. And in this color picture you can see it is in fact less than a pixel, and this is where we live, on a blue dot. And on that blue dot, that’s where everyone you know and everyone you’ve ever heard of and every human being that has ever lived, lived out their lives. I think this perspective underscores the responsibility to preserve and cherish that blue dot, the only home we have. 


    *cries

  • Jane

    Jane

    ★★★★★

    I went into this knowing very little about the specifics of Jane Goodall’s research/role in primatology and was left completely fascinated and inspired by her work. Her admiration and respect for these animals was such a beautiful thing to witness. I really loved that it was constructed using actual footage from her time in Gombe, allowing for an intimate, firsthand look into Jane’s extraordinary life. I was so impressed by the vibrant colors and clarity of the recovered footage, which…

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  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name

    ★★★★★

    our CMBYN journey began in August when Molly showed me the trailer and I was completely clueless as to what this movie even was- little did I know the road we were about to embark on 

    fast forward to December and the hype IS REAL. Christmas break is almost here we are ready as fuck to see this movie. We obsess over timmy and armie’s instagrams and avoid twitter spoilers. Molly downloads the leaked movie to her laptop and we…

  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird

    ★★★★★

    such a beautiful, funny, and mesmerizing film brimming with originality and inspiration.

    greta did a monumental thing with lady bird, giving both a voice and complexity to such tenacious and bold women. greta demonstrates that female characters should be written with more in mind than serving as the romantic counterpart or keeping them one dimensional, lacking depth and independence. this film is a breath of fresh air and one that only adds to that sense of satisfaction the more times…