Movies are cool.
I watch movies.
By default, I am cool too.
I didn’t know how to Speak for a long time.
I remember watching this movie when I was younger, and I started to feel this pressure in my chest, like a sense of familiarity. My mom would let me take several mental health days in high school.
There are a handful of movies in my life that have helped me more than I had intended them to. This movie holds a place deep in my heart, therefore, I can not rate it.
Movies mean so much to me.
They’ve helped me grow.
They’ve helped me cope.
I’m deeply saddened for Jun Lin and his family. His friend makes an extremely valid point that people remember the killers and not those who were impacted.
I clicked this documentary series with no idea what it would be about. I’ve learned through the years that I am an extremely empathetic individual, so I tend to avoid horror/gruesome movies or crime documentaries. Luckily, Netflix allows me to pause as much as I want when details became too much to hear.…