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  • Tokyo Magnitude 8.0

    Tokyo Magnitude 8.0


    Episodes 8 to 11 fucked me up, I would like to never talk about this ever again. The script and art of this anime convey feelings so well.

    My heart hurts, between this and Japan Sinks, I’m worried for whatever is going on in Japan.

  • Fantasy Island

    Fantasy Island


    Watched this for Maggie Q and Lucy Hale. 

    No tension, nothing scary, and a mYsTeRy that I didn’t care about. This movie had nothing to offer, the visuals were mediocre, the script and acting were bad, and the ending was just dumb. They also left so many plot holes and unexplained things that just didn’t make sense. 

    I’m sure that this movie being made, is a direct consequence of the show runners from Pretty Little Liars not making Aria A, and Lucy Hale said “bet”.

Popular reviews

  • Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

    Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

    So, America is still mad that they don’t get to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest...

    I can’t believe that they cancelled the ESC this year and this is what we got instead. 

    It wasn’t funny, the acting wasn’t there and the story was garbage and boring at best. How are you going to make fun of something that you don’t understand? 

    Alexander Ryback was in this for 30 seconds and he was the highlight of this entire movie. The…

  • The Royal Tenenbaums

    The Royal Tenenbaums


    Every Wes Anderson film is just another version of the same dysfunctional family having to deal with their shitty father. But that’s basically my life, so I’m vibing. 🤷🏼‍♀️

    In true Anderson fashion, everyone is incredibly quirky, but they also share interesting and developed relationships with each other. BUT LISTEN, if you have to insist on saying “adoptive” sister that’s never a good sign, like please, date anybody else.

    It’s not my favorite Wes Anderson, but it’s still interesting, and if you like dysfunctional families, you’re gonna like this one (probably).