• Aftersun



    Charlotte Wells understands human nature. There’s a lot of layers to this film. It’s not the most engaging film but it makes for a sad but such a human tale. 

    It’s a series of events happening while on vacation and it’s presented in a way that you really feel for. The understanding of a younger Dad and an 11 year old girl seems so natural. It’s a beautiful film.


  • Ant-Man and the Wasp

    Ant-Man and the Wasp


    Idk what’s going on with me but I’m randomly watching MCU movies rn!!

    On rewatch this one is so much fun.

    Comparing this to Quantumania, this one just has so much heart put into it. It has a much better script and the actors are actually enjoying themselves, probably because in Quantumania all they were doing was standing in front of a green screen the entire time.

    I mean if you compare Michael Douglas between the two films, he just seems…

  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier


    “I’m sorry, did I step on your moment” -Natasha 

    Don’t mind me, just remembering when the MCU was good and meant something. When story and characters actually meant something. When development within a film actually mattered. When stories were well thought out.


  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

    Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania


    pov: Kevin Feige  learns what Star Wars and Socialism is.

    Ant man Quantumania… oh excuse me Antman AND the wasp Quantumania… sorry forgot wasp was actually a character. ANYWAY… this film is kind of just here? Which seems to be a reoccurring trend with marvel. The first act of this movie is easily the worst first act of any marvel film. It is really bad. Second and third acts are alright I guess.

    What pisses me off the most is…

  • Shrek 2

    Shrek 2


    Still convinced Jennifer Saunders as the Fairy Godmother is one of the best voice acting choices in a long while.

    Revisiting Shrek 2 after many years was a delight. The charm of this film is unmatched. The Fairy Godmother is a GOD their villain. We get to meet Puss In Boots as well.

    Literally every joke in this film lands. It’s bonkers. It’s such a fun film. Easily one of the best animated movies ever.


  • Crazy, Stupid, Love.

    Crazy, Stupid, Love.


    “I am R rated sexy”- Hannah 

    This film is heartwarming, funny, and has great writing. The intertwined stories work really well and the tone of the film is consistently funny.

    Steve Carrell, Emma Stone, Julianne Moore, Marisa Tomei, and Ryan Gosling are all great. 

    Good Rom-Com!


  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)


    The one takes!

    Such a well acted film. On a technical level, this film is perfect.


  • Empire of Light

    Empire of Light


    Empire of Light is a cool title. Don’t know why but it just is.

    Anyway, This film has a lot of shown potential yet for some reason likes to bounce around like a bouncy ball between messy themes. It’s never very concise with its writing and tone.

    The film looks really good. I see why it got that cinematography nomination. The score is pretty nice and on a technical level it’s quite good. The 1980’s cinema feel is such a vibe though. I love it.


  • La La Land

    La La Land


    “No Jamal, you be trippin”- Mia

    No! Look away I did not watch this again. It’s not what you think! 


  • Bad Times at the El Royale

    Bad Times at the El Royale


    My favorite part about this film is that no one really gives a shit. There’s very few hesitations between characters. The relationships they form are purely just for personal gain and I love it.

    The cast is great. Love what each of them brought to the film. It’s shot really well and the cinematography is awesome. The story unravels very nicely in a satisfying way.

    Also Dakota Johnson with a shotgun :)


  • Knock at the Cabin

    Knock at the Cabin


    Man they really knocked. Knocked Eric out, am I right?!, you know cuz he got a concussion. Sorry:)

    Anyway, Knock at the Cabin is what I call a weak knock. You know those knocks that you can hear, but just barely? Or a knock knock joke that you understand, but it wasn’t a good joke. That’s what this film is.

    Ok I’ll stop with the knocking. ANYWAY, this film is a weird one. I really liked how it was filmed.…

  • You People

    You People


    Jonah Hill and Lauren London have zero chemistry. If you’re going to try and do a “rom com” that is essential for somewhat success. 

    The confrontation scenes between the in laws had me laughing. (Lauren’s character and Julia’s character confronting and Ezra and Eddie’s character confronting) It’s so badly written and awkward that I just couldn’t help but laugh. Jonah Hill can’t act unless he has a good script in my opinion. 

    The social commentary was definitely present and definitely…