Favorite films

  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • Night of the Living Dead
  • Goodbye, Don Glees!
  • The Witch

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  • Clue

    ★★★★

  • Confess, Fletch

    ★★★½

  • Spirited

    ★★★½

  • The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

    ★★★★

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  • Clue

    Clue

    ★★★★

    The type of film where it's clear that everyone on set is having a great time, whether it's the actors, the writers, the production designers, or the director. Everyone is bringing their A game, and they're enjoying every second of it. Their enthusiasm is absolutely infectious; you just become so immersed in the proceedings of this band of assholes and double-crossers. In short, it perfectly captures the experience of playing a board game with your pals. Everyone’s just goofing around,…

  • Confess, Fletch

    Confess, Fletch

    ★★★½

    My brother, my dad, and I always make lists for all the new movies and shows we want to watch together when I get home from college, and for whatever reason, Confess, Fletch was at the top of their most anticipated list. So, as soon as I got home after driving through day-before-Thanksgiving traffic, this was what we watched.

    And you know what? They were right. This was surprisingly pretty solid. It’s just Jon Hamm hamming it up, and it's…

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  • Kung Fu Panda

    Kung Fu Panda

    ★★★★★

    Call me crazy, but I think that Kung Fu Panda might be the closest a movie has ever come to perfection.

    No, I’m not kidding.

    Every shot, every offhand line of dialogue, every miniscule detail has been meticulously crafted to display one of the most engaging pieces of art I’ve ever seen. Never before have I seen a film so laser-focused on conveying its themes so well; ironically enough, it feels as if there is very little to no fat…

  • Belle

    Belle

    ★★★★

    So this is basically Beauty and the Beast, set in the world of Ready Player One, where Belle is a vtuber, the Beast is a DeviantArt OC, and Gaston is a Discord Moderator.

    Mamoru Hosoda envisions a world in which the internet is not a manifestation of the declining state of socializing, but rather, another extension of it. In the world of Belle, this vast online world that connects everyone isn’t treated as the ultimate evil, but as a neutral…