Favorite films

  • Let the Right One In
  • A Silent Voice
  • Everything Everywhere All at Once
  • Mommy

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  • The Wrath of Becky


  • Mayhem


  • Battle Royale


  • The Half of It


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  • A Silent Voice

    A Silent Voice

    Haven't cried that much during a movie since watching Mommy. Some of the best character work I've seen in ages, especially in terms of exploring redemption arcs. Shouya's journey as a person is absolutely phenomenal and explores human growth in such an impactful manner. This should be a must watch for any kind of schooling curriculum despite how sad it can get because the anti-bullying message is so well put to screen. Along with that, the film explores the bystander effect and how not saying anything is almost just as bad as participating in bullying itself. 

    New all-timer baby.

  • Let the Right One In

    Let the Right One In

    I think this is one of the best films ever made. Hoyte Van Hoytema's camerawork is perfectly still and captures the stillness of life and death. His vision with the camera is complimented so perfectly by Alfredson's keen direction, culminating in a harrowing, beautiful, tragic landscape of crime, death, love, longing, and pain. The pain is both emotional, such as the bullying Oskar endures throughout the runtime, but also physical, as when Oskar hits the other boy with a long…

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  • Cruella


    This happened to my buddy Erica

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    Fifty Reasons Why I love Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    1. Jim Carrey's career best performance 
    2. Jim Carrey's beanie hat
    3. Kate Winslet's hair.
    4. Kate Winslet's character
    5. Kate Winslet
    6. The film is very unconventional(I’ll touch more later)
    7. Original at the purest extent
    8. The doomed romance is beautiful to watch from beginning to end. 
    9. The relationship between Joel and Clementine is excellently written, developed, and it shows the faults of both of their…