Megan

Megan

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Favorite films

  • I May Destroy You
  • After Yang
  • Little Shop of Horrors
  • Passing Strange

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  • Nope

    ★★★★

  • Bullet Train

    ★★½

  • Val

    ★★½

  • Bros

    ★★★½

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  • In Her Shoes

    In Her Shoes

    ★½

    One of my least favorite genres: Movies Where We Are Supposed to Believe Toni Collette is Fat and / or Ugly

  • Grease 2

    Grease 2

    ★★★½

    The fact that Maxwell Caulfield is the unfuckable nerd in this and those 40 year old T-Birds are considered the hot popular guys is proof alone that high school is majorly fucked up. High school should have been outlawed in 1982.

    Also, is Andy Samberg a vampire who played Louis DiMucci????

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  • Nope

    Nope

    ★★★★

    This has nothing to do with the quality of the movie and totally the quality of my health. When we saw this is the theater, I fell asleep for maybe 20-30 minutes on and off. It actually works well for the film to be confused what was a dream and what was film. I really enjoyed the experience but felt I couldn’t truthfully speak on it with the four people who read my Letterboxd entries.

    So since it arrived on…

  • Bullet Train

    Bullet Train

    ★★½

    I will see anything with Bryan Tyree Henry and / or Zazie Beetz plus a surprise appearance from Michael Shannon?!? Sign me up.

    Oh it is from the Deadpool dudes? Well, it was the reason I saw Deadpool 2 (Beetz) so me seeing it was bound to happen. I had no problem with the acting. It looked pretty in its sleek but garish neon tones. The action was a little weak compared to Atomic Blonde and it suffers from thinking it is way funnier than it actually is. 

    Brad Pitt and Ryan Reynolds trading split second cameos is cute, I guess.

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  • Prom

    Prom

    I’m glad all these 30 year olds got to go to prom

  • Moonlight

    Moonlight

    ★★★★★

    Beautiful shots, dialogue and emotional drive. Having just seen Handmaiden, these two movies couldn't have been more different yet the stories were both framed similarly in three acts and focus on the "taboo" of same sex couplings. It jogs a lot of memories of pivotal moments from your childhood that shape you socially and sexually.