• Hell or High Water

    Hell or High Water


    Gosh this film is brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.

  • Up



    My fucking tear ducts, I can’t handle it!

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    What a revelation! Sam Raimi has successfully made Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness the most uniquely important and violently emotional film of the MCU. What doesn’t stop from the moment the film starts, to the very end is the power of grief persevering with Wanda’s buildup from WandaVision going full blown insane here. She IS the villain, there’s no question. Her rage was so fully encouraged the entire time, it possessed her into the role. The whole film…

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II


    I love cinema

  • Moon Knight

    Moon Knight


    That finale was kind of underwhelming, but in the best way? It’s that ending that’s weird. It just sort of ended, not really a full conclusion that still could lead to something. But the series as a whole was trippy, horror-y, emotional, and I really liked it. Oscar Isaac’s performance is multiple layers of deep emotions that just played so well off of each other so well. Switching from Steven too Marc was an incredibly hard task and he pulled it off so well and made you feel in that fifth episode. It was well written and the direction was unique enough. Just pretty good.

  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2

    Sonic the Hedgehog 2


    That happened. That happened, and I didn’t mind it… yeah.

  • Cruella



    Emma Stone’s performance is better than Nicole Kidman in Being the Ricardos, and you CAN quote me on that. 

    This should’ve been Nicholas Britell’s Original Score nomination. This should’ve won Makeup & Hairstyling as well. This should’ve been nominated FOR EVERY TECHNICAL!

    One of the best films of last year. 

  • Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

    Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore


    An incredible deliverance on the magic of this universe, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore beautifully brings back what the last film wasn’t able to fully achieve. It felt very more whimsical & dark like we love our Wizarding World films to be! The magic is beautiful and the story was very advanced, but what the film continues to struggle with is the recovery of J.K. Rowling. How her name, and her writing, is affecting the future of these films. What…

  • Death on the Nile

    Death on the Nile


    It may seem slow at times, but Death on the Nile was absolutely an incredible mystery. Filled with beautiful scenery of the majestic Nile, Kenneth Branagh’s Hercule Poirot is an expert in indulging the complexities of human life. The cast is absolutely insane and superb, with Emma Mackey THE standout. Her seductive nature to the character of Jacqueline was so mesmerizing, and she gives off that flare of a mysterious figure so beautifully. She’s my Michelle Pfeiffer of this film. 


  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    I think in my head, I wanted to stand up after this and channel my inner Barkhad Abdi and say, “I’m the Multiverse now.” But instead, I just yelled, “Give Michelle Yeoh her Goshdamn Oscar!”

  • Spaceballs



    “1 2 3 4 5. Amazing! I have the same combination on my luggage!” 

  • Better Nate Than Ever

    Better Nate Than Ever


    EVERYONE. WATCH. BETTER NATE THAN EVER. NOW. Perhaps the most important and vibrant representation of LGBTQIA+… ever?! Disney has out done themselves, especially with how their responding to the Don’t Say Gay Bill they needed to reveal their true answer, and I’m in an emotional awe as to how beautiful this was. Absolutely beautiful. I’ve never felt more seen in Rueby Wood’s performance which was exceptional. Fun, heartfelt, pure and hilarious. And looking at Joshua Bassett doesn’t hurt either.