• Once



    What a beautiful little movie.
    Little because these two individuals would easily go unnoticed in a big crowd. They found each other and meant so much to each other, anything but little.

  • Luca



    Nothing makes me cry like good animation does. Pixar, you did it again.

    Jacob Tremblay truly was the best choice for Luca, his voice acting is just as good as his own acting.

  • Silver Skates

    Silver Skates


    This was so majestic.

    It might be even more fun to watch during winter and not in the middle of darn June like I did.

    I can see myself rewatching this during Christmas. The costumes, the music and the set were so beautiful. Sometimes with period pieces they try too hard or haven't done their proper historic research which makes it look fake. Silver Skates was the exact opposite of that.

    It isn't a spectacular movie but it was so much fun, hence the 4 stars.

    Also, Alex really reminded me of the Russian Kaz Brekker and his crew being The Crows.

  • Sorry Angel

    Sorry Angel


    The exact amount of melancholy gay content I needed on this Thursday night.

    Such lovable and well rounded characters throughout.
    And it's yet another beautiful slice-of-life movie that I can add to my collection.

  • Sabrina



    If Harrison Ford told me he needed me I'd be on the next plane over.

  • Nomadland



    Here I am once again telling the world how much I love "slice of life" movies.

    Nomadland by ChloΓ© Zhao is not only that, it's so much more. It nearly feels like a journey towards your "inner" self.
    I felt so touched and moved by the story of a woman I have nothing in common with. And that, shows how strong this movie was.

    Frances McDormand was phenomenal as always.

  • All the President's Men

    All the President's Men


    Do I understand what exactly happened with the Watergate scandal? No.
    Was this a good movie? Yes.
    Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman? Always yes.

  • The Sword in the Stone

    The Sword in the Stone


    And let the (re)watching of old Disney classics commence!

  • The Master

    The Master

    No clue what I just watched. Can't say I really liked it but I wasn't super bored either, it feels like a weird experience. Maybe that's what it's supposed to feel like.

    The film itself felt very long at some times but maybe that's also due to the fact that I paused it a couple times to take a mini break which turned into me doing something else for 15 minutes.

    The acting was great, I am very confused but getting major queer vibes from Lancaster and Freddie. Very suiting to pride month, so that's a good thing!

  • The Garden of Words

    The Garden of Words


    Plot? Don't know her.
    Visuals? Wig? SNATCHED.

  • When Marnie Was There

    When Marnie Was There


    This was visually beautiful but the story was so long winded and complex? (Which is not a great combination).

    I still had a nice time but not as much as other anime features I have seen.

  • Some Kind of Wonderful

    Some Kind of Wonderful


    This movie experience was nothing but me being in love with Watts for 95 minutes.