• Blue Jasmine

    Blue Jasmine


    This film is difficult. It has always been difficult. I first saw this film alone in a theater in 2013 and had no one to share it with and 8 years later just watched it again and it still hurts. Cate deserves the Oscar for this. If you want a film that really makes you feel something, this is it.

  • The Flying Luna Clipper

    The Flying Luna Clipper


    This is one of the most incredible visual spectacles I have ever had the pleasure of watching. I think the only shame is that there is no way to figure out who did the soundtrack or how to locate the songs, and the soundtrack is unbelievable.

    High recommendation if you wish you could live in a Vaporwave World.

  • Earwig and the Witch

    Earwig and the Witch


    I watched Goro Miyazaki's new Ghibli film "Earwig and the Witch" and I was pleasantly surprised! The Miyazaki's have always been fans of Diana Wynne Jones (who is one of my favorite authors too!) and so this felt like a true love letter to another one of her amazing worlds she built through her stories. I haven't read the novel this was based on, but besides some weird plot timing things (which may make more sense in the book) I…

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


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

    "Now... you will see me one more time, if you do good. You will see me... two more times, if you do bad."

    This is the third Lynch film I've seen, and I'm always impressed with the way he tells stories. However, this is the first film of his that I've truly loved. I'm not a big fan of Lynch in general because his work hasn't really ever spoken to me, but this film is different. This film spoke volumes.…

  • Elvira, Mistress of the Dark

    Elvira, Mistress of the Dark


    This film takes every trope and runs with it as if it's the first time those tropes have ever been made. It's funny because it's an 80s movie, and I love the 80s so it has that nostalgic flair (also Elvira is a great protagonist with decent 4th wall breaks); However most of the humor fell flat for my old, old ears. Every joke ever has already been made, so I didn't laugh out loud, but I did love this film.

  • Flying Saucey!

    Flying Saucey!


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

    This was a great testament on the current struggles and continuous battle of LGBTQ+ people to be seen and understood in a very toxic world where individuality has an issue existing and breathing.

    I thought it was fun, silly, and a very good reminder of how far we've come. But also the actors were all super cute and the food fight scene was particularly enjoyable. Well done.