• Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone


    The first two Harry Potter movies hold so much nostalgia that the older you get it is the main reason you go back to them. Unlike the rest of the movies the action is very much limited, the tone not as dark and there is a lot more focus on the magic of Hogwarts itself (understandable as it is of course the first introduction of the magical world in movie format). Out of all of the others it is the Philosopher's Stone that makes you truly wish you were at Hogwarts and will forever be a movie close to many people's hearts.

  • It



    This movie had so much hype before its release that if it had failed it would have been a truly unfortunate let down. However, it fucking DID live up to the hype. With a similar vibe to Stranger Things it is impossible to not adore the group of kids and Bill Skarsgård's portrayal of Pennywise is absolutely chilling. One of the best modern horrors to have ever graced the big screen. The second part has a lot to live up to.

  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban


    It had been a while since I re-watched the third Harry Potter movie and I can confirm that I have now a whole new level of appreciation for it. The first of the franchise to capture the dark essence that the following movies also posses and the only one where Harry's hair is actually like it's supposed to be.

  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


    13 years later and I'm still not over Cedric Diggory's death.

  • Love, Simon

    Love, Simon


    Your typical teen love story which reminded me very much of the type of movies I used to always watch with my two old best friends from primary school and the first two years of high school. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community myself it was incredibly refreshing to see representation on the big screen. A truly heartfelt story that will undoubtedly turn into a teen classic in years to come.

  • Mary and the Witch's Flower

    Mary and the Witch's Flower


    My main reason for enjoying this movie as much as I did was undoubtedly the nostalgia I felt behind it. The music and whole aesthetic of it reminded me a lot of the 2013-2016 Elijah who was very much anime trash. A simple story that was easy to follow benefited my short attention span greatly.

  • Avengers: Infinity War

    Avengers: Infinity War


    As someone who hasn't even seen the other Avengers movies I thoroughly enjoyed this. As someone who hasn't seen a lot of Marvel movies I can confirm that they 100% pulled off putting together something that anyone can see whether they are a Marvel fan or not (I also think seeing it in 4D helped a lot and made the fighting scenes a lot more exciting). My heart is still aching from the final scenes.

  • The Grand Budapest Hotel

    The Grand Budapest Hotel


    I watched The Grand Budapest Hotel on a tiny TV for the first time two years ago and enjoyed it. Was lucky enough to re-watch it at the cinema on the big screen and I grew to love it a lot more. I live for the whole aesthetic of this movie. Out of all the Wes Anderson movies I've seen this is by far my favourite.

  • The Strangers: Prey at Night

    The Strangers: Prey at Night


    Predictable as many modern horror movies are these days although still somewhat enjoyable at times. The pool scene was by far the highlight and I was secretly living for the soundtrack.