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  • Se7en

    Se7en

    ★★★★

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

    “He’s not the devil, he’s just a man.”

    I knew how this was going to end as soon as Gwyneth disappeared from the film, but that didn’t make the ending any less horrifying. There’s ideas in this film that are lasting and worth noting even today. 


    Also, didn’t realize that a certain man was in this movie and I would like to just use this space to say fuck him!

  • Short Term 12

    Short Term 12

    ★★★★★

    I decided to rewatch this after hearing about Destin Daniel Cretton being hired to direct Shang-Chi. 


    I love this movie I can’t even put it into words just how much. It has probably my favorite ending frame of all time, and as a depressed person, coming to terms with their depression probably being less seasonal than they thought, this film just hits me. I can’t be eloquent about this movie because it just makes me sob and I will love…

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  • Support the Girls

    Support the Girls

    ★★★★

    I don’t think I’ve loved an ending to a movie as much as I loved the ending to this movie. This movie is so lovely and so anchored by Regina Hall’s performance. There are so many stereotypical ways that a film like this has been done, but Support the Girls feels so real and has such empathy and love for its characters. 

    Also, I love Haley Lu Richardson so much, like I see her and my heart is warm. Did you know that she proposed to her fiancé? And now that it’s midnight, it’s officially my birthday and my first review as a 23 year old!!

  • When Harry Met Sally...

    When Harry Met Sally...

    ★★★★★

    Harry Burns should’ve had a beard the WHOLE time. 

    Forever my favorite romantic comedy and one of my favorite movies of all time. I always want to watch it again right as it’s ending - it’s written so well; the only thing preventing Harry and Sally from falling in love is Harry and Sally. No convoluted plot or ridiculous miscommunication, but the grief of past relationships and their own neuroses. I! Love! It! So!