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  • Love, Simon

    Love, Simon


    What an incredibly sweet and charming movie with a moving coming out story. It’s hard to believe it’s taken so long for Hollywood to make a high school romcom with a gay lead. The performances are great, especially Nick Robinson as Simon with an excellent supporting cast including Jennifer Garner as Simon’s mother and Tony Hale as the vice principal. Hopefully more mainstream movies like this are made promote the normalization and acceptance of the lgbtq community.

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You


    Full of crazy surrealism and comedic satire with a bit of sci fi, I found Sorry to Bother You, directed by Boots Riley, to be a very creative and entertaining movie. The plot is truly unpredictable and thought-provoking with biting social commentary dealing with such subjects as economic injustice, class warfare, and racism. It tells the story of a struggling telemarketer in an bizarre version of Oakland who tries to find a way to obtain financial success. On the way,…

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  • Isle of Dogs

    Isle of Dogs


    Isle of Dogs is another stellar animated film from Wes Anderson who also directed Fantastic Mr. Fox. This movie takes place in Japan and tells the story of a boy who goes to a place called Trash Island to rescue his dog who was banished there along with all the other dogs in his hometown. The dogs were banished there through a decree from the town's mayor, who claims a disease that the dog's have called snout fever could spread…

  • Dishonored



    Dishonored is the second Hollywood film Josef von Sternberg made with Marlene Dietrich. Dietrich plays a prostitute from Vienna during World War I who is recruited to expose a double-agent spy ring that is supplying information to the Russians. Dietrich again is great in this film, stealing every scene she is in, although she is almost outdone by her delightful black cat. In this movie she has a rare comedic part at one point. The story is weak in parts,…