• I Am Love

    I Am Love

    On a Luca Guadagnino binge and this might be my favorite film of his, and one of my favorite films period. I am not one to throw that around loosely, so you KNOW I’m being serious. Tilda bodied this performance, as usual. Luca is such a brilliant director. The two of them working together is like cinematic magic.

    There’s a running theme throughout Luca’s work about the intimacy and power of speaking someone’s name aloud. In this film, there is…

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up

    I watched this with my braider Ebony to pass time while she was cornrowing my hair at the salon. It definitely kept me awake and didn’t provoke any sudden reactions or laughter from me, which was great because I had to keep my head totally still for the braiding process. Other than that, it was neither enlightening nor entertaining. I don’t even wanna know how much money they spent on it.

    The one funny part of the whole film is…

  • Spring Breakers

    Spring Breakers

    Florida is the capital of Hell. Gucci Mane was snubbed at the Oscars. James Franco should be arrested for a hate crime and this film should be submitted as evidence. Genuinely concerned about how one would explain the state of Florida to an Alien or to an earthly child from anywhere else in the world honestly.


  • We Are Who We Are

    We Are Who We Are

    i’m not crying you are….

    *literally perfect not a single flaw not one

  • Marie Antoinette

    Marie Antoinette

    I don’t know why I hadn’t seen this until now, but I decided to give it a go. This is probably Sofia Coppola’s best work in terms of the cinematography and the scope, but it’s not my favorite film of hers. I get the fun girly aesthetic of it all, and I’m a firm believer that feminine power can be soft and fun and still be taken seriously, but I’m not okay with a pastel purple converse sneaker being strategically…

  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High

    Fast Times at Ridgemont High

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

    who would’ve guessed that this movie would accidentally become a serious historical drama recalling a time where teen girls in America could acquire an abortion more easily than they could get a piercing at the mall…

  • Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

    Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

    Grace Jones could come out with a new visual album today and put all these little pop girls to shame, she’s still the baddest, most fashionable, and most intellectual to ever do it. Her hatmaker deserves a nobel peace prize.

  • Jennifer Lopez: Halftime

    Jennifer Lopez: Halftime

    They should have titled this film “Triple Leo.” Yvonne is also a Puerto Rican Leo from the South Bronx, so this self-made it-girl energy is all I know. It is actually terrifying how similar my mom is to JLo that I’m not sure whether they should be best friends or worst enemies. I hope it’s the prior!

  • Father of the Bride

    Father of the Bride

    I was reluctant to watch this because I’ve always loved the first two FoTBs with Spencer Tracy and Steve Martin, but I’m really glad my mom and I watched this together. If you’re Latino, este película es muy divertido! Gloria Estefan can’t act to save her life but Andy Garcia gave it his all. Viva las razas latinos ❤️💃🏾

    *Random but why did Brad Pitt produce this? It’s okay with me but he always has his hand in a BIPOC production and I just wanna know ¿que paso?

  • Girls Trip

    Girls Trip

    Bridesmaids for Black women (shouts out to Maya Rudolph tho)

  • Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

    My dad caught me watching this movie by myself when I was eleven and he ran away because he was afraid I was masturbating but I wasn’t because I didn’t know how to do that yet but it was definitely an erotic experience for me. 4 stars.

  • Roman Holiday

    Roman Holiday

    “A Long Walk” by Jill Scott