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  • Matilda

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  • Jurassic World Dominion

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  • Untamed Heart

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  • Ingrid Goes West

    Ingrid Goes West

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    An incisive dark comedy satire drama about social media influencers’ pretentiousness, vapidness, superficialness, and both them and social media itself toxic, negative influences on social media users’ mental health, self-worth, and the long-term consequences this has on an individual’s worth and validation being fed through an unhealthy comparison and narcissism stemming on trends, appearances, and elite lifestyles.

    Aubrey Plaza is superb as the lead Ingrid who is socially awkward, mentally unstable woman with, obsessive stalker behavior and borderline personality disorder…

  • Leaving Las Vegas

    Leaving Las Vegas

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    One of my favorite films. A poignant, profound, riveting, character-driven drama about two forlorn, disregarded souls connecting through a deep unchanging bond, forming a non-interference pact relationship (from each other's personal lives and their choices - alcoholism and making a living as a hooker), and supporting each other (with codependency) with as much companionship each can give to another in their desolate, broken lives. Both Nicolas Cage and Elisabeth Shue are marvelous in their career-defining roles as Ben and Sera. If you like dark, realistic drama romance films that don't always lead to a happy ending, Leaving Las Vegas is a recommended '90s film must-watch.

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  • Matilda

    Matilda

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    An enjoyable fantasy comedy skillfully directed by Danny DeVito. The lead child actress playing Matilda is wonderful in her role showing promise at such a young age, a shame she didn't continue her acting career into adulthood. The rest of the cast, most notably scene-stealing Miss Trunchbull (played by Pam Ferris), are all exceptional; DeVito as the neglectful father (and narrator) is also fantastic in a supporting role. The film has a powerful message of holding on to your child-like imagination and standing up to the bullies in life that try to subjugate your individuality and uniqueness. Another must-watch '90s film!

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion

    Β½

    I almost fell asleep watching this at home and my mind drifted off many times. The first and second Jurassic World films ranged from the first one being barely tolerable to the second one being plain bad and now with this last film... Two words to describe this closure sequel film in the Jurassic World trilogy: hot garbage! Dominion’s film aspects are horrendous and forgettable: plot, script (I was rolling my eyes that they still were trying to train dinosaurs…

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  • Avatar: The Way of Water

    Avatar: The Way of Water

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    If you loved or really enjoyed the first Avatar film 13 years ago, you will very much like or love this sequel. Heads up, definitely best to go in watching this by having seen the first one, otherwise you will be confused about the storyline and scope of what is going on character-wise.

    James Cameron is a pro at churning out a superior sequel to a foundational first film. So, it should come as no surprise that Avatar: The Way…

  • Mean Girls

    Mean Girls

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    One of the greatest teen comedies ever with the most iconic, quotable dialogue! Everything about Mean Girls is stellar, wouldn’t change one thing about it. An infinite pop culture-defining cult classic. Endlessly rewatchable!