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  • In the Cut

    In the Cut


    I cannot believe a mostly female-led psycho-sexual thriller starring a young pussy-eating Mark Ruffalo could be bad. Or at least not THIS bad. Have you ever met someone incredibly attractive, who upon further interaction became suddenly, inexplicably unattractive to you? That was In the Cut. All of the chances it took to be bold or edgy failed miserably, and the confusing, wannabe-noir dialogue was completely out of place. I know Jane Campion likes a subversive sexual journey, I mean, who…

  • Turning Red

    Turning Red


    I didn’t think I’d have this much to say about this movie so “bear” with me, lol. This film only came out earlier this month, and yet it’s received enough praise and criticism to fill a year. Turning Red, the second Pixar film to be directed by a woman (oof), follows 13-year old Mei: a joyful, determined, imaginative teenager who’s going through some big changes. There’s school pressures and pestilences of course, but then there’s the pull of your peers…

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  • Bedazzled



    I kinda wanted him and the devil to end up together in the end :/

  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman


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

    Movie nerds love to operate within the strict binary of “films” vs. “movies”. It’s generally understood that movies are movies and that films are works of art, but as the landscape of the film industry evolves and as directors and writers adapt to ever-changing expectations, the lines between “film” and “movie” have never been more impossible to define. Every so often, a cinematic treasure comes along that does not fit into any particular genre or binary opposition, and every so…