• The Wind Rises

    The Wind Rises


    Who has seen the wind? Neither I nor you... But when the leaves hang trembling, the wind is passing through.

    Do what you love, live life to the fullest.

    Work is draining, but you must do the things you love. Even if that means you'll stay up late finishing designs, or working overtime to polish details of your work.

    You work so hard to accomplish the things you want: Taking multiple jobs, staying out extra hours, going to work even…

  • Hannah Montana: The Movie

    Hannah Montana: The Movie


    Bitch really did all that for some dick huh [2]

    Also this is David Lynch's best work.

    Bestie Twinsie Review: boxd.it/221S5F

  • Haibane Renmei

    Haibane Renmei


    My existence should be erased from the world.

    This last year has been a life changer in so many aspects, but right now I'll focus on the ones that have left me feeling down.

    Isolating myself from the world has always been my coping mechanism, but this year I realized most of my friends had left me. Because I was too sad, because I didn't want to go outside and party all day, because I had no motivation to leave…

  • Hearts Beat Loud

    Hearts Beat Loud


    Meeting someone with the same interests as you and then bonding over Mitski?? CINEMA!

  • Witness for the Prosecution

    Witness for the Prosecution


    me halfway through this movie 🤝 Alyssa Edwards
    ㅤ ㅤㅤwhat the fuck is going on in here on this day?

    me the last 5 minutes of this movie 🤝 Milk on AllStars 3
    ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤㅤㅤI did not see this coming... at all.

  • Alois Nebel

    Alois Nebel


    This movie's premise is very interesting, and the animation and the style is pretty. Unfortunately, the movie didn't do much for me. It goes back and forth between their present and what I don't know if are flashbacks or dream sequences. I know this is all done and presented in this way to show the effects of WWII in the fragile mind of Alois. But it didn't work for me and I ended up lost, confused and to be honest…

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II


    I still prefer the first A Quiet Place, but this was a really good sequel. There are a lot of tense moments and the addition of new characters doesn't feel forced. It shows more details about the creatures, their origin and their weaknesses, as well as how other people ended up after the creatures' arrival.

    This movie has a lot of grief throughout it, but it also has a lot of hope. It focuses more on the Abbott kids rather…

  • Luca



    This is so wholesome, my face hurts from smiling so much.

  • Mistress America

    Mistress America


    I remember the exact moment when I was told I was going to have a step-sister.

    She and I were on the backseat of a taxi on the way to her house.
    Drunk, laughing, taking selfies, listening to music.
    I don't remember how we got there, which party was it or what happened in it - I just remember we were having a good time.

    ''You are so fun to be around! It makes me glad your dad and my…

  • Dead Poets Society

    Dead Poets Society


    Seize the day, make your lives extraordinary.

    As someone trapped studying engineering because my parents made me to when what I really wanted was to study film, this hit in so many different levels - by the end of the movie all you could hear were the bagpipes and my sobs.

  • Hero



    There must be a war to put an end to war.

    Friendship, love, ideals - everything that is worth fighting for. These are the reasons to live, the reasons to fight and to die for.

    In any story there are heroes on both sides.

    Heroes and assassins lift up their weapons and battle one another.

    Their smooth moves make them look like they're flying - delicate, fragile, unaffected by gravity and time.

    The silky red world, flaming like a fire,…

  • Down with Love

    Down with Love


    McGaslight, McGatekeep, McGregor.

    There is so much to love about this movie. It really commits itself to the 60's (and I really would've believed this was a movie made in that time if it wasn't for the cast), the very obvious projected background in the car, the opening credits, the dialogue, how playful it is with the divided screen... It exudes so much 60's energy and it is always hilarious.