Sarah has written 20 reviews for films rated ★★★★ during 2021.

  • Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

    Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure


    *thinking i just watched my best friend get brutally slain* this is most non-triumphant

  • The Disaster Artist

    The Disaster Artist


    Funny and heartfelt. James Franco makes a great Tommy Wiseau. Good performances from Seth Rogen and the rest of the film crew as well. I watched this after a particularly depressing episode of The Sopranos and it was like therapy.

  • Spy Kids

    Spy Kids


    in my floop era fr

  • Dune



    Villeneuve did an excellent job of translating a rich, complicated lore into a plot that is possible to follow without so many dumb Marvel-esque quips. Stacked cast and looked and sounded great in IMAX. It’s long but it had a lot to get through so it didn’t feel like it dragged at all. Now I want to rewatch Lynch’s Dune because it’s been so long that all I remember about it is Sting. 

    P.S. I would kiss the worm !!!!!!!!!!!!

  • WALL·E



    Let the robot fuck

  • Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone

    Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone


    they hate to see Ramiel tesselate…

  • Smiley Face

    Smiley Face


    💬 Wow… she is LITERALLY me!

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight


    Great acting, beautiful to look at (cinematography-wise and Dev Patel-wise) but ultimately a bit forgettable? I enjoyed the ride it took me on but I think I was expecting more from it. Very A24, which can be hit or miss for me. Still, a good watch and I definitely understand the hype it’s getting.

  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside


    Bo toes the line of the self-referential, self-deprecatory, meta-for-meta’s-sake “uh yeah, THAT happened!” humor of early-Youtube millennials, but his musical and comic talents keep his content funny and interesting, and I can’t help but be entertained. During the show I had to google his height and if he had a girlfriend for scientific reasons

  • Mystic River

    Mystic River


    The movie absolutely does the book justice, but I wouldn’t expect any less from Clint Eastwood. Great acting from Penn, Robbins, Bacon, Fishburne, Harden, and Linney. Cool small role for Eli Wallach. And it’s a Boston movie so they sprinkled in a Wahlberg brother for funsies. The Boston accents are sorta laughable but so are real Boston accents so it works.

  • Ocean's Eight

    Ocean's Eight


    Very fun. So funny that the lore is that Danny Ocean died and there’s just a picture of the “late” George Clooney smiling on Sandra Bullock’s desk. Also glad to see cameos from some of the original 11 (well, Soderbergh’s original 11). STACKED cast too!

  • Yellow Submarine

    Yellow Submarine


    cheeky innit