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  • Paddington 3

    Paddington 3

    ★★★★★

    Attention 🚨
    Soon to hit the 400 milestone so just wanted to thank everyone for following, liking and commenting on my posts. Love talking to everyone on here and reading and commenting on your reviews as well! 🔥 As I said on my "I hit 100 followers" post awhile back, I am very grateful I found Letterboxd. Easily the best, most passionate community of cinephiles on the web. 🙌

    BUT, that being said - I'm going to branch out and…

  • Mad Max 2

    Mad Max 2

    ★★★★★

    It doesn't beat Fury Road, some of the action scenes fall flat and drag a little due to how old it is and it's limitations from that. (Still very exciting and impressive though) But the world of Mad Max, the characters and the insanity never fails to make me love it. When a movie from the 80's has more kick-ass action then most modern action movies, you know it's doing something right. The ending ROCKED and I can't wait to…

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  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems

    ★★★★★

    Bruh.

    Uncut Gems blew me away! Such an incredible movie, character and performance. While granted, Good Time was a really good time, in my mind it's not even a question The Safdie brothers outdid themselves here and definitely outshined their 2017 efforts. I found myself fully engrossed in this story and in Howie's journey from start to finish. Time and time again, unfortunate event after unfortunate event, he takes L after L. I so desperately wanted to see him succeed…

  • Enola Holmes

    Enola Holmes

    ★★★½

    Saw a bunch of reviews really dragging on it so I wasn't expecting much so I'm pleasantly surprised. Enola Holmes is charming, heartwarming, has a strong message, empowering and challenging for both boys and girls. Most importantly, it's entertaining and it has my man Henry Caville playing Sherlock.

    But jesus when Millie stared directly into my soul while she narrated the movie I wanted to break the TV.