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  • The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

    The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It


    The Conjuring series has a special place in my heart. I consider The Conjuring 2 to be a modern horror masterpiece. I remember seeing it three times at the theater, and falling in love with James Wan perfecting his direction. With that being said, I was already nervous about this third film. Being directed by Michael Chaves (The Curse of La Llorona), I was really skeptical about this entry. Unfortunately, my instinct was correct.

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  • Cloverfield



    Terror. Confusion. Love. 

    These are the three words to describe what these characters go through in this one night. I still remember the brilliant marketing for this film, and the mystery behind it all. I still remember seeing it in a theater opening weekend, and watching the horrors that unraveled throughout this short runtime. Even today I still get that claustrophobic, and confusing fear that these characters feel. Not showing your monster can go a long way, and Matt Reeves…

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  • The Handmaiden

    The Handmaiden


    An intense and brilliant thriller that had my attention in every scene. The twist and turns are jaw-dropping, and provided an amazing structure of storytelling. Some scenes went on a little too long, but other than that this was near-perfect.

  • Luca



    This was so adorable like wtf. A beautifully animated movie that has a lot of heart, and is honestly just a chill summer movie about friendship and finding who you are. It’s a very comforting movie and water is my favorite movie genre.

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  • Cruella



    Yeah... this was near-perfect. A 70s punk filled fashion war film that is a non-stop extravaganza. Emma Stone is f’ing fabulous in this movie, and owns every scene. The costume and make-up BETTER get an Oscar nomination next year. It’s jaw-dropping beautiful, and I gasped at the beauty of certain designs. This doesn’t feel like a Disney film at all. There’s just something that clicks from the minute you see Stone as this famous villain. It feels fresh and different for…

  • In The Heights

    In The Heights


    I was trying not to cry throughout the whole movie.