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  • Tenet

    Tenet

    this won’t have any spoilers at all so you can read it. just don’t let this review affect how you see the film.

    i went into this without any prior information. didn’t read the synopsis. didn’t watch a single trailer. i’m glad i didn’t, because everything felt so fresh. 

    i watched this in imax, in an almost-empty theatre. i felt so involved in the film, like i was apart of it. i love that feeling. it took me a while…

  • 1917

    1917

    I had the pleasure of going into this without seeing more than 30 seconds of footage from the film, and I'm very glad by my decision to steer clear of anything related to it.

    I watched the Golden Globes and saw 1917 and Sam Mendes win multiple awards and thought to myself, how is it possible for this movie to be that good that it'd beat the other nominees?
    Well, now I know. It just is that good. It's... perfect.…

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  • WandaVision

    WandaVision

    Episode 3:

    WHAT THE FUCK. THIS WAS INSANE. This is one of my favourite episodes of television period. Not a single flaw in this entire episode. Fucking brilliant. I can’t even express how beautiful this is. I love the MCU so much but WandaVision is, without a doubt, the best thing they’ve put out.

  • One Night in Miami...

    One Night in Miami...

    Wow. I’ve been waiting for this for a while and it’s honestly perfect. I cried during that ending. This whole thing hit me so hard. Brilliant directing by Regina, especially since it’s her debut! Kingsley & Eli need to be in the Best Actor/Supporting Actor conversation!! Why has no one been talking about these incredible performances?? Need to watch this again soon. Probably one of my favourites of all time.

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  • Death to 2020

    Death to 2020

    embargoed until the 27th. it’s also kinda cool being the first person to review this on letterboxd.

  • Soul

    Soul

    One of Pixar’s greatest films. A true tearjerker and a stepping stone for the next generation of black stories in animation.

    MY REVIEW FOR CINEMASOLACE