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  • The Royal Tenenbaums
  • Before Sunset
  • The First Wives Club
  • Lady Bird

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  • The Good Girl


  • Senior Year


  • The Dreamers


  • Everything Everywhere All at Once


Recent reviews

  • Senior Year

    Senior Year


    Just shut your brain off when watching this, like OFF off.
    But, admittedly, I did laugh a few times ("Bitch, turn your ugly face around and watch the movie").
    Refreshing to hear swearwords and have a certain horniness present.

    I don't think it's necessary for me to list or explain the film's shortcomings, we've all seen this type of Netflix film before.

    The outfits of the 2022 teenagers were so fucking atrocious, it can only be read as satire. I mean, what was that wannabe SATC-2-Carrie-at-a-market-in-Abu-Dhabi prom outfit?!

    Brandon Scott Jones is kind of cute.

  • The Dreamers

    The Dreamers


    Wow, that was dumb. And I know for certain 12/14 year old me would've lapped this up.
    Bertolucci is just a disgusting misogynistic pig and a perfect example against some of twitter's "all sex is good sex" in film proclaimers. Yes, there's an unsettlingly prudish childhood nostalgia fueled direction that mainstream movies move into, but there's other ways to fight it than a very french lawlessness/lack of moral.

    I couldn't stand this trio and their empty philosophical babblings from the…

Popular reviews

  • Spencer



    That’s cinema, baby!

    Finally, a film that evokes some emotions in me at this year’s festival.
    My girl KStew better get that Oscar. And prison for everyone at Chanel who thought that was an appropriate red carpet outfit. 

    The score was everything! 

    Yes, it might be a little overdramatic. But that’s cinema, baby. I loved that they didn’t go for an historically accurate depiction of events. They gave us a somewhat happy end. 
    And that cinematography was gorgeous. 

    My girl…

  • Happening



    It’s weird to be euphoric for an uncomfortable, painful film. But it’s just staggering. Poignant.
    It left me breathless, with knots in my stomach. Cinema is supposed to evoke emotions. This film achieved that, not many did so far at Venice. And with what’s happening in Texas, this film feels pressing.