Rimsha

Rimsha

Having fun isn't hard. When you got a cinema card!

Favorite films

  • The Worst Person in the World
  • Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
  • A Little Princess
  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off

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  • Upgraded

    ★★½

  • Red Right Hand

    ★★★

  • Mean Girls

    ★★★

  • Lover, Stalker, Killer

    ★★★½

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  • Upgraded

    Upgraded

    ★★½

    Cinderella of the art industry? I think what made me really shock the horror was the aspect that the main guy wanted to train the kids into premiere league fantasy team by convincing them to do well so they can go and celebrate in Pizza Express. It was a messy but distracting film and I would not give my undivided attention to this. You are most welcome to put this on as a background film as I promise you will not miss out. Such a shame not to use real talent like Saoirse-Monica Jackson when she is right there?!?

  • Red Right Hand

    Red Right Hand

    ★★★

    Andie MacDowell is fucking tremendous in this I was gasping at the range she can provide and thank god she was hired. Honestly, I love a modern western but more importantly we need this kind of background movie so I can do my task. However, it started getting a bit too gruesome at times but also engaging. Great for a sunday lazy afternoon when its raining.

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  • The Iron Claw

    The Iron Claw

    ★★★★½

    My eyes physically hurt from crying multiple times in the theatre. I felt it created a hollowness within me as the film progressed throughout emotionally draining me. The approval a child goes through regardless of age to have the love and affection from their parents. Zac Efron not only emotionally created the role excellently but also the physique he had to undergo to transform into Kevin Von Erich deserves an Oscar nomination compared to another biopic. However, it was Stanely Simons and Harris Dickinson who truly carried the emotional baggage by using subtle facial expressions so well.

  • Mean Girls

    Mean Girls

    ★★★

    While watching this movie, it's important to consider the high school element of this era, not the one that existed TWENTY years ago (that made me feel old). Enjoyable to see the adaptation of the Broadway musical. I'm glad that it retained the elements of the original while also making some changes to reflect this era.

    However, I was a bit disappointed with the casting of Aaron Samuels because the actor failed to portray him as the typical American football himbo he's supposed to be, while everyone else managed to elevate their characters.