I owe the pictures my sanity but they owe Norma hers; life gives and it takes
Look for what is special about each individual. Focus on that during your conversation.
The fate of destruction is also the joy of rebirth. Every beginning comes with an end, every end brings a new beginning. A day, a chapter, a life. All cynical, endless cycles. Each one exciting and unknown in their own idiosyncratic way, at first, but nothing lasts forever. Eventually, the momentousness fades, the cycles blend. All that remains is hope for a newer new, a longing…
13 Going on 30 2004
Haven’t had such a casual viewing in a while. I enjoy the semi-existential premise, it’s just the chick flick execution and style that turns me off every so often. Although the VFX transitions gave me a giddy, youthful feeling of joy, not sure how else to explain it; a couple different scenes did that too.
I’m obsessed with Judy Greer. Her Cheryl Tunt will forever live in the darkest, most eccentric crevice of my mind. She’s also a joy to…
Another one of those movies that I simultaneously love and hate, but don’t know which feeling dominates
We Love You 2016
I didn’t watch this. I watched Pyrocynical sum it up and I feel like that was punishment enough for me to log it.
Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood 2019
I wrote a 4000 word Film Essay for school that was to be graded externally. I’ve never set foot in a film class or spoken to a film teacher since our school doesn't have either of those.
I was supervised by an English teacher, and she predicted that I would get a D on said essay. I got my IB Diploma results a few days ago and found out I got a B.
That’s one of the coolest achievements of…