she/her • film & book enthusiast • optimistic reviewer
lover of star wars, gems from the ‘80s, and musicals
It’s the little things, Jimmy. It’s the little things that rip you apart. It’s the little things that… get you caught.
Inconsequential in everything it offers, The Little Things occupies a strange, grey area where it doesn’t quite fit into any defined genre, doesn’t follow anything remotely eventful or memorable, and leaves a lot to be desired by the time the credits roll. For such a long run-time, the lack of pay-off leaves only a dissatisfied taste in the mouth.…
- What do you want, Hitch?
- You! For a whole ‘lotta reasons that don’t make sense to me. I mean, what, we’ve been on three dates? But that— see, that’s what’s crazy. That’s what’s crazy, because I know.
A perfect balance between romance and comedy, Will Smith proving his talent as a rom-com lead, and Kevin James being the funniest, sweetest, most deserving man to find love makes Hitch an absolute treat! I do truly believe this works so…
There is no greater love than that which gives one's life for one’s friends.
No hay amor más grande que el que da la vida por los amigos.
Raw, powerful, unflinching, surreal, moving — there are not enough words in the dictionary to sum up the emotional journey Society of the Snow embarks on. First and foremost, it is unfathomable that this actually happened; secondly, I’m so glad such a great film was made to honour the story. Beautifully-shot, told…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
But this isn’t about me. This is hurting a lot of people.
Seeing this film, after such long a wait and so many speculations and theories, is the modern-day equivalent of being a teen in the ‘80s who got to see Star Wars or Indiana Jones or any other iconic, memorable flick on the big-screen for the first ever time. It’s a bold statement to make, I know — but Spider-Man: No Way Home was everything I wanted it to…