• Ant-Man



    My sister is binge watching all the marvel movies and I have been caught in the crossfire

  • High Life

    High Life


    buzzcut robert pattinson and andre 3000 is the duo I never knew I needed

  • Blow-Up



    Clever idea for a story, but the film isn’t focused on that, and I guess that’s the point. There are some really great shots throughout and I liked the overall feel & atmosphere of London that Antonioni created. 

    Also, this guy has made it onto my top 5 most unlikeable protagonists.

  • Nomadland



    Yes it’s true I love this movie

  • Nomadland



    The people you meet. The stories you hear. The things you see. This movie manages to capture the small moments of life that make it all worthwhile. I was anticipating this movie and it did not disappoint.

    Frances McDormand can do no wrong. Especially not with beautiful scenery & accompanying soundtrack behind her.

    One of the best of 2020!

  • I Care a Lot

    I Care a Lot


    the rosamund pike movie with a monologue cinematic universe continues

  • Minari



    Beautiful story and beautiful shots. The acting is great (especially alan kim & his lil cowboy boots). 
    Really special portrayal of assimilation, family, and what the american dream could mean.

    Also watched a Q&A from the cast afterwards which was interesting to hear the actors’ thoughts on their characters and the story.
    Rooting for this one at the Oscars!

  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love


    Okay but, I hope he does still end up seeing a therapist cause... there’s definitely something going on there

    P.S. Happy Valentine’s Day ❤️

  • Framing Britney Spears

    Framing Britney Spears

    Here is the order of people I would fight:
    - jamie spears (the dad not her sister)
    - justin timberlake
    - co-conservator man
    - that one paparazzi guy
    - the entire tmz staff 
    - the hairdresser that refused to shave her head

  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?


    me, not a fan of stream of consciousness being used as a literary device and just barely getting through mrs. dalloway: am afraid of virginia woolf

  • Burrow


    That was cute as hell 🥺

    Edit: I just realized this is the 700th film I’ve watched!

  • Strawberry Mansion

    Strawberry Mansion


    I really enjoyed the score and the colors throughout the movie, and the title is pretty cool.
    I think the story idea is unique & interesting, and it started off strong, but sort of lost itself towards the end for me. 
    Overall, I didn’t really care for much, not the characters or where they’re story was going. I do like how it tried to connect itself to previous scenes although that did bring up questions that go unanswered. I guess that’s the point.
    Will this movie come up in my dreams tonight? Maybe