• The Fault in Our Stars

    The Fault in Our Stars


    it’s absolutely impossible for me to be impartial about this movie because tfios pretty much defined the entirety of my adolescence and also made me wanna be a writer so know that i am rating with my heart instead of my head and please respect that ❤️

    (boom clap is responsible for at least two and a half of these stars. shailene woodley is the other two)

  • Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

    Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes


    kingdom of the planet of the ATEEEEEEEEE

  • Baby Reindeer

    Baby Reindeer


    struggling to find the words to sum up all the thoughts i have right now and all the things this made me feel so i’ll start with just one: human. remarkably honest, imperfect, angry, and ugly in a deeply human way that art is rarely ever allowed to be. both a reflection of What The World Has Become™ - or maybe always was - and also ourselves, accompanied by a sobering reminder that we have far more in common with each other than that which divides us.

  • The Fall Guy

    The Fall Guy


    ryan gosling’s rizz could power an entire country

  • The Idea of You

    The Idea of You


    watched this with my mom and when it was over she said “this is how i felt about austin butler after elvis”

  • Challengers



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    i think it’s so commendable how luca guadagnino has made a career out of making straight boys kiss in movies and i hope he never stops

  • The People's Joker

    The People's Joker


    knew this was gonna be my shit as soon as it started with a dedication to “mom and joel schumacher.” vera drew is a goddamn legend and this film is gonna save lives. her whole heart and soul was spilled across that screen in every single scene, and it’s such a gift we got to see it.

  • Milk



    movie night w/ mom, her choice #ally 🏳️‍🌈

  • I Saw the TV Glow

    I Saw the TV Glow


    “time wasn’t right. it was moving too fast. i was 19, and then i was 20, and then i was 21. like chapters skipped over in a dvd. i told myself ‘this isn’t normal. this isn’t normal. this isn’t how life is supposed to feel.’”

    was stunned speechless for a few seconds after finishing this one. don’t know what else to say other than that it got under my skin in a way few films ever have, with its nightmarish…

  • Abigail



    melissa barrera covered in blood is my favorite genre

  • STEVE! (martin) a documentary in 2 pieces

    STEVE! (martin) a documentary in 2 pieces


    steve martin was so fucking hot

  • Civil War

    Civil War


    haven’t actually rewatched this yet, but i slept on it and read a lot of great writing and woke up pretty pro-civil war (the movie not the conflict itself fyi).

    struck most by its commentary on the futility of “neutrality” in journalism (what does “we record so other people ask” even mean? do lee and jessie not realize that they too are “staying out of it” in a way just like their parents? at what point do you become a…