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  • A Nightmare on Elm Street

    A Nightmare on Elm Street


    I used to love this movie. I remember begging my Mom for the Nightmare on Elm Street box-set. 

    I didn't know if I'd still like it as much, but it was at the thrift store in a worn and torn case that I found somewhat charming. I couldn't resist.

    Freddy is still disgusting and terrifying. The cast, despite the campy moments, never feel too one-dimensional.

    This movie did everything the new It movies were trying to do and this movie…

  • Rushmore



    This is such an odd and charming movie. Wes Anderson has this way of making small things feel big and big things feel small. He makes kids feel like adults and adults feel like kids.

    Max pulling himself in so many different directions is so relatable. All these different interests and hobbies and a complete lack of focus or self-awareness. I feel seen.

    I just know I'd love to meet Wes Anderson.

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  • Captain Marvel

    Captain Marvel


    I’ve been so tired and anxious and in my head lately. Didn't realize how much I needed a heartfelt adventure, cosmic escapades, and a hero like Carol "Avenger" Danvers to inspire me. 

    Now if she inspires me this much, think about how inspiring she must be for a young, wide-eyed, less jaded girl.

    So far, I haven’t seen one reasonable complaint, which is great cause it makes the crabby old commentators look as ridiculous and desperate as they are.


  • School of Rock

    School of Rock


    Forget standard education procedures. Let’s introduce a little anarchy.

    By anarchy, I mean a nourishing environment of mutual respect and encouragement. Music has always been and will always be a perfect outlet for adolescent angst. It’s all about healthy emotional expression and finding validation and self-acceptance. Also, body positivity is so fucking Punk Rock.

    Jack Black and Richard Linklater taught me that one Rock show can change the world on a super interpersonal and meaningful level and anyone who disagrees can STEP OFF.