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  • Annihilation



    ANNIHILATION demands the audience to be as alert and curious as the four women who venture into the Shimmer. It's a film that's working on a lot of different thematic levels, the cinematography is just as vital as a source of information as the dialogue, and there's always something lurking around the corner in the land beyond the Shimmer. It's fascinating, but I need to dwell on it/stare into space thinking about it for a bit before I can speak confidently about what's going on here.

    The bear. Hoo boy.

  • Isle of Dogs

    Isle of Dogs


    4 years ago, my dog died from a stroke. She was a good dog.

    2014 was a good year for me, but that day and every detail of it has been seared into my brain ever since. Obviously, time (and a cat) have healed that wound significantly, but I wouldn't say I've ever completely "moved on."

    Watching Isle of Dogs felt like the biggest, warmest hug. Even though he's a director known for constantly killing the pets, Wes Anderson has…

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  • Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane


    Alright fellas. My opinion is valid now.

  • St. Nick

    St. Nick


    I LOVE LO-FI!!!!

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  • Eighth Grade

    Eighth Grade


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.


    Eighth Grade is a time capsule that's not unlike Kayla's in the film. It's a hilariously uncomfortable, yet encouraging, snapshot of the strange self-concious age we're living in today. Like the video on that Spongebob USB, we may revisit Eighth Grade in years to come and laugh/cringe at its references to the times, but it'll hold just as much or so much more weight or things to learn than it once did. Bo Burnham made an immortal film and he's so cool and talented WOW.

    Also, Elsie Fisher is going places.

  • The Hudsucker Proxy

    The Hudsucker Proxy


    "Would an imbecile come up with THIS?"

    "You know, for kids!"