emma has written 163 reviews for films during 2019.

  • Wanted

    Wanted

    ★★½

    the way angelina jolie misconstructed and redefined what it meant to convey and obtain the concupiscent anomalistic clearance showing us that idiosyncratic is ebulliently inevitable while simultaneously substantiating the superiority of women

  • Rough Night

    Rough Night

    ★★★

    zoe kravitz kissing girls... i live to see it! yes it was bad but it was funny and i had a good time, what are you gonna do about it?

  • Her Smell

    Her Smell

    ★★★

    no this isn’t about the way she smells

  • Columbus

    Columbus

    ★★½

    this did absolutely nothing for me and i actually fell asleep... a visually beautiful snoozefest

  • Thoroughbreds

    Thoroughbreds

    ★★★★

    hello are you a lesbian?

  • Enchanted

    Enchanted

    ★★★★

    it was on tv so obviously i had to keep it on... here’s how amy adams can still win an oscar for her performance as giselle

  • My Days of Mercy

    My Days of Mercy

    ★★½

    i watched FOR the lesbians, i enjoyed BECAUSE of the lesbians

  • A Ghost Story

    A Ghost Story

    ★★

    great concept and thank you for covering up casey affleck with a sheet but i just got so bored... i tried so hard to like this for you rooney i really did

  • Vita & Virginia

    Vita & Virginia

    ★★★

    if this wasn’t gay i’d rate it lower but what can i say... gemma arterton topping 6’3 elizabeth debicki really got me

  • Whiplash

    Whiplash

    ★★★★★

    i’m so glad i finally watched this, god knows what took me so long but oh my god i am absolutely OBSESSEDDDD with the results... my heart is still pounding... i still can’t get “i will FUCK you like a pig” outta my head... masterpiece!

  • Suspiria

    Suspiria

    ★★★½

    this is the twisted version of step up

  • Ingrid Goes West

    Ingrid Goes West

    ★★★½

    this displayed today’s social media SO well, like was i supposed to sympathize with aubrey plaza’s character? because oop bitch i did! i know this is supposed to be a dark comedy but it’s also real in a lot of ways. file this one under another missed gay opportunity in film