Agnés sweetie I'm so sorry I'm so sorry that an ugly ass bitch like Godard would even do that to you, oh my god
My friend watched this at the theaters so he warned me for the first scene. I was curious, but he didn't say much. When I pressed play today, I was shocked.
As a fat woman, I struggle everyday in a society that is always telling me that my body is ugly, unhealthy and that I should be ashamed of it. When I was younger, things were harder, but I've learned to deal with it.
I've learned to love my body…
“It’s the same old story, just a different name.”
Important, extremely powerful and moving, this movie had me in tears since Khalil’s death. At times I felt like my heart was being ripped out and I couldn’t breathe because this shit is so fucking real it makes me angry. Amandla is great and this is probably her most powerful role yet, and even though people are going to sleep on her performance and this movie, this is one of my favorites of the year.
It's so refreshing to watch a romantic comedy with a teenager who feels comfortable in her skin, who knows who she is and is truly authentic.
Lara Jean is a great heroine and character. Her relationship with her family is something to be amazed by, but I just love how much her love story with Kavinsky is really good. He knows Lara Jean's boundaries and respect her for who she is and it's really incredible to see a depiction of…
I don't think there's anything in life as unsettling as our memory. And how much sometimes it plays tricks and betrays us, maybe in a way to protect ourselves and block painful events?
When I was 10 years old, something happened to me. And for years I didn't know how to identify it because there's a very confusing line between what's a sexual abuse or what isn't. But I remember feeling dirty and guilty and hearing my mom asking me…