Ethan Woods

Ethan Woods

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Idk where to start or where to begin man

Favorite films

  • 20th Century Women
  • Brawl in Cell Block 99
  • Big Trouble in Little China
  • Pacific Rim

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  • Vox Lux

  • Jackie

  • Elysium

  • The Incredible Hulk

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  • Vox Lux

    Vox Lux

    Gonna need some time to sit with this one. Not quite what I was expecting. But it was a beautiful experience with an energy I could only witness, and not yet comprehend. The ending very much gave me a “what if?” sort of feeling in terms of those two looking onward at the light, bopping along like they’re back at a certain point, like things haven’t unfolded yet. And it must always be said. I am so so appreciative of Natalie…

  • Jackie

    Jackie

    The most involving biopic I could ever ask for. Involving in a way that makes me feel like I’m constantly on the pulse of someone’s life. It’s a collection of stunning, vital moments. One of my favorite being directly after the new president is sworn in. Jackie ever so slightly snaps her head back in shock. Now, this could’ve been from the camera flashing. But I took it as a “this is actually happening?” micro moment in the horror of…

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  • Little Miss Sunshine

    Little Miss Sunshine

    ★★★★★

    The way the family rallies around olive at the end is one of the most beautiful things ever. Every character in this movie is vulnerable and I really really appreciate that. There's so many great moments(Steve Carells eyes in the gas station, Alan Arkin consoling his son, Abigail running to the car at the end) but nothing screams "I love my family" more than Greg Kinnear on a moped

  • Hereditary

    Hereditary

    ★★★★★

    Toni Collette deserves a super Oscar for this performance, I mean cot damn she put it all on the line. I feel like such a nerd right now. My friends are using words like "psychological" and "thrilling" to describe this film. Meanwhile, I had a deeply horrifying experience. I was sincerely uncomfortable for most of the run time. That being said, I really wanna see it again. Based off the first viewing, I can't think of a film that scared me more