• The Humans

    The Humans

    ★★★★

    Thanksgiving am I right?! 

    The one thing that strikes me about Stephen Karam’s The Humans is the ability stretched to apply struggle. Everyday life for your everyday family, but what was so unique and symbolic about Karam’s visual on the subject was his intent of real struggle. Relationship, mental health, growth, love, all shown through the Blake family. Brought by the chaotic and claustrophobic nature within the production design, the film was able to intensify the scripts isolated intents to…

  • Encanto

    Encanto

    Average. 
    The most fun I’ve had with an average film this year, but Encanto really tries to elaborate on a touching subject of togetherness but with every rushed plot line, it was hard to connect on an emotional level. Disney has always allowed for their films to apply relatable main figures, and I don’t know what it was with Encanto that didn’t do it for me. The problem wasn’t necessarily Mirabel, but the characters surrounding her as they come plain…

  • After We Fell

    After We Fell

    After we fucked we fucked some more then fell on his dick and fucked forevermore. 

  • Monsters University

    Monsters University

    Underrated at its finest, good night 👋🏻

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!

    ★★★★

    I believe in tick, tick… BOOM!’s power. I believe in its notion that life is intimate, do what you want and try what you please. Inhabited by a willful and emotionally advanced Andrew Garfield who unfolds the mind and eagerness of Jonathan Larson, showing us his life leading up to his career defining moment of writing the Tony Winning Musical Rent. Lin-Manuel Miranda directorial debut and all, showed an angle to this mans story, and how to picture each feeling Larson…

  • Belfast

    Belfast

    ★★★★½

    It’s so amazing to see Kenneth Branagh back again.

    Belfast
    supplies me everything I need to have a full on theater experience. Where Branagh so effortlessly takes coming of age with family dramedy, and so cleverly pulls out a unique way of using both was what blossomed more than anything. It’s also a euphoric message of love persevering, and establishing a life centered on safety and the risks to take and the sacrifices made for it. How a family stays…

  • King Richard

    King Richard

    ★★★★½

    What inspired Richie Williams to pave a path for his daughters before they were even born, and what strived him to be as hard as he was? Well, King Richard in its simplicity, shows it in the most inspiring and complexing way. 

    His stubbornness is what attracted me most to him as a flawed man that really was just trying to become remembered cause his life wasn’t as gracious as he & Orcene are to Venis, Serena, and all of the…

  • The Great White Hope

    The Great White Hope

    Compiled with compassion and intimate moments, I really don’t feel entirely compelled to fully feel for The Great White Hope. I honestly felt so much was lacking and missing that it made for some sloppy execution. Martin Ritt’s direction is less than satisfactory as he tries to supply detail but with everything surrounding it doesn’t do so well in the final product.

    But while this film does some very clear wrongs, what it does absolutely right is give us a…

  • Eternals

    Eternals

    ★★★★★

    Diversity. 
    That is a key demographic when you look into our day and age as a nation and as a society. How Chloé Zhao is able to breathe that into every frame of Eternals will not just forever be astonishing, but will forever hold a rank amongst groundbreaking films along the line of history.

    The word “Diversity” is so overused these days as it tries and plays a part in almost everything. But what I’m trying to come across today…

  • All Too Well: The Short Film

    All Too Well: The Short Film

    ★★★★★

    Who knew it’d be Taylor Swift who’d make me care about the Live Action Short Film Category cause FUCK!

  • Home Sweet Home Alone

    Home Sweet Home Alone

    All this over a fucking doll?! Bitch you have a whole box of them that I’m sure are just as valuable, and it wasn’t even stolen just look around you lazy asses. 



    But in all seriousness I actually enjoyed myself.




    🔙The Power of the Dog 

  • The Power of the Dog

    The Power of the Dog

    ★★★★

    I think how much The Power of the Dog comes off as striking and visionary is how much it was made naturally. By automatically looking at the stills of this film, you can sense that feeling of utter peace in the western scenery, and how with each rustic and chilling detail in the production design, that Director Jane Campion was achieving as realistic of a story as humanly possible. I particularly find an aspect that I love the most every…