• Think Like a Man

    Think Like a Man

    ★★★½

    Why was the first ten minutes an anime????

  • Poms

    Poms

    Boy this gave me some real anxiety about being old. And taking care of my parents. It was really cute.

  • The Tomorrow War

    The Tomorrow War

    Chris Pratt's face in this was so bad. It just really felt like he believed he was this savior of humanity Dad figure.

    Anyways, I think this could have been a huge hit if instead of dad saving the world it was a group of young folk that don't want to be drafted and starring all of BTS.

  • Yes, God, Yes

    Yes, God, Yes

    ★★★½

    I was surprised how much I identified with this in my own Catholic school experience. I thought my school was liberal but now I'm rethinking everything. 

    I loved how short this runtime was and I loved the ending.

  • Belle

    Belle

    Very into the whales. His finales are always so exciting and big.

  • Drive My Car

    Drive My Car

    I drove 1.5 hours to see this movie about driving in a car and then drove 1.5 hours back home so I really felt the 3D experience here. 

    When I started I was sleepy and definitely thought I'd have to get up during the film. I did not, I think I didn't move for the entire 3 hour run time. It really had no down moments to catch your breath, though I wouldn't call it suspenseful!  I'm very glad I saw it in a theater without any distractions.

  • Desk Set

    Desk Set

    ★★★★

    I loved this! What a great story! It's aged well too. The fashion was great, Katherine Hepburn had such charisma in this, you couldn't look away. The women together too, played as friends and colleagues so realistically, it felt very warm. 
    What a fun library job too! Though while I liked the end a lot, it cut off very abruptly. I might have liked it just a single minute more drawn out.

  • His Girl Friday

    His Girl Friday

    ★★★★

    Talk about fast talk! Actors today could never! The uninterrupted pace they must have gone on! What a blast! Though I feel awfully sorry for everyone in this film except Cary Grant by the end of it.

  • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

    Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

    I don't know why I love this movie so much. But I do, no matter how outdated it becomes or how many times I rewatch it. Maybe it's because my grandmother loved it. Maybe it's because it's got some terrific monologues, especially from Sidney Poitier. And maybe it's just because of Katherine Hepburn.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Liked it less the second time.

  • The Hating Game

    The Hating Game

    ★★★½

    Apparently I like this a lot. 

    Him holding her hair back when she's puking really did it for me.

  • The Hating Game

    The Hating Game

    I liked this so much more than I thought. Got real swept away in her thought process of, "is he sexist or not?" And honestly they did it right. Fully enjoyable. Watched it for Lucy Hale and she didn't disappoint.