• Shark Beach with Chris Hemsworth

    Shark Beach with Chris Hemsworth


    aw come on Chris just take off your shirt and tell us!

  • The Beguiled

    The Beguiled


    *when you accidentally set your account as a top on Grindr*

  • Crazy Rich Asians

    Crazy Rich Asians


    Rachel is a bit gentle compared to the image of a New Yorker girl in the age of 30. I imagine someone with such background must be associated with a slightly sharper image, a little more personality. Is it me or that Rachel was drowned in editing or writer errors and Wu herself didn't want to push the character a bit more dramatic?! Every glance or reaction of hers is minimized, which is different from her role in Fresh Off…

  • Hereditary



    Anyone who intends to watch this movie should watch two sitcom episodes before and after to calm yourself down. You're welcome.

    Favorite quote:

    You know you were her favorite, right?

  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name


    Don't be fooled by the nostalgic vibe, the film is a light but important improvement in a seemingly familiar context. Not to mention this is a quite sweet continuation after Ivory's masterpieces: Maurice and Room with a View.

    The director aimed to reach a wider audience, which is shown many times in the film. One of the examples is that the storyline about the heterosexual relationship between Elio and Marzia is portrayed more raw and daring than I thought.


  • mother!



    It's another movie in which Kristen Wiig was cast for a role that is both small and somewhat flustered. The movie itself is visually pleasing–I'm very fond of the warm and cozy tones, with long one-shot scenes where the characters walk around the house.

    The second half of the film completely breaks the rhythm of the first. The intention of the director is also gradually revealed, which led to the climax scene that is quite macabre and uncomfortable to watch.…

  • La La Land

    La La Land


    A self-healing and loving experience.

  • Welcome to Me

    Welcome to Me


    **approved by David Lynch**

  • Raw



    A visual feast: Warm colors (red, orange, and yellow) appear throughout the film, especially in the important molting perspectives of Justine. Not only is the color of blood, red also appears in Justine's lipstick while wearing her sister's dress listening to rap music, at the chaotic party, in the dress she wears after recovered from the pain in the bed, the yellow flickering from the light in most scenes at the dorm room where the two sisters have their hair…