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Favorite films

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  • Rye Lane

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

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  • Joyland


    occasionally, we've all approached a movie that felt like fate we watched it at that particular time in our lives, and this was indeed the case for me and joyland. not only do i share the heritage, culture (and name!) of the protagonist, but the resistance to the patriarchal gender roles which unquestionably prevail from generation to generation. it is something that is concealed within silence, but saim sadiq has pulled the rug from under and laid it out nakedly.…

Recent reviews

  • Rye Lane

    Rye Lane

    this is a genuinely decent casual teen…one. i guess it proves how influential michaela cole’s style in chewing gum was for a new generation of filmmakers

    i don’t regret watching it cuz it was sweet, endearing, and had me interested throughout mostly. but personally, it wasn’t for me for a few reasons:

    * it definitely felt like an ode to london, and the movie stylistically attempts to show a colourful side to london. which is fine, but many times the…

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin

    i thought this movie would be a horror film after i went to a horror tour in scotland and the irish tour guide spoke about the banshee. so i put this movie off.

    i caught it on disney+ and i’m glad i did. it really made me think about the moral dilemma that comes with breaking up with someone in a friendship, and the extremes this can go to.

    the movie also looked beautiful. made use of a lot of visual imagery. the old irish 1920s culture was a vibe. 

    loved it, truly

Popular reviews

  • Blank Check

    Blank Check

    The kid was obnoxious, selfish, no morals came from this film at all. In fact, it just felt like a massive fuck of an infomercial from Apple on how you can scam your way into being a millionaire. Also, a grown woman and a kid who looks about 5? WHAT THE FUCK WERE YOU THINKING?

  • Reservoir Dogs

    Reservoir Dogs


    My first Tarantino film, and I must admit that he knows not only how to put on a good show, but how to tell one too. The dialogue was rich, the story was put together in a way that did not undermine your intelligence, but was still easy to watch - and most of all, which is what I admire most about cinema, it did not compromise scenes which we as society would view…