welcome to my letterboxd profile where i watch annette and tinkerbell: secret of the wings back to back and give them the same star rating
im tempted to just write a joke review (alternate universe where pete davidson and ariana grande actually got married) but i know im gonna regret it so bad a few years from now if i don’t write down my initial thoughts on debatably the weirdest thing ive ever experienced
all the reviews i saw beforehand were just: “annette is a movie” and i was getting so frustrated with the lack of coherent thought but like. thats actually it (conductor) friends.…
politics, crisis, and evolution are at the heart of godzillas origins, and are on even greater display than the visual spectacle in shin godzilla. the titles on titles comedically growing in size as the government tries to evolve to face the unprecedented tragedy, but also inspirationally proving which characters are evolving themselves to step up to the task. godzilla itself has evolved along with filmmaking and animation, and the monster seems to reflect a goofy vintage stop motion look when…
watched for the cast who did not disappoint, the banter between gosling and evans was the best part of the film. absolutely loving that the most charismatic man in hollywood has been going for such slimy roles post-cap.
despite the title, the gray man is surprisingly full of beautifully saturated colors from the start. but the visuals should have been even more spectacular, what with that $200million budget covering up a pretty unstable script. the cinematography was so atrocious at…
sorry nana connie was on the keyboard
sundance 2022 #4
this was my most anticipated film of the festival. i gushed about the premise to anyone who would listen. and then i didnt get a ticket before they sold out. i was ready to try my best with the waitlist and pray for a seat in 30 degree weather. when sundance went virtual this was the first one i grabbed.
tonight, i grabbed my red beanie, turned on some mood lighting, and sat down on my little…