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  • Mary and Max

    Mary and Max


    Oh wow. Now this was a treat, such a scrummy, scrummy, scrumptious treat!

    The storyline, the animation, the stop motion, MARY & MAX, their friendship, the hilarious & genuine banter they had throughout the whole film.... the portrayal of depression, anxiety and mental health as a whole was so raw and wonderful, so honest & untouched, the way that life just takes you away from things & makes you wonder 'what if' scenarios.

    This film is a little masterpiece. It deserves an island all…

  • The Elephant Man

    The Elephant Man


    "My life is full, because I know that I am loved"

    What a powerful quote from an extra powerful piece of film making. 

    I'm blown away by this. The feelings it envoked within me alone deserve 5 stars, respectively.

    Hopkins was absolutely impeccable. His eyes ...... oh my HIS EYES, his eyes on their own just portrayed such intensity & emotion. I felt glued to them & couldn't look away. I wanted to wrap my arms around them & hug them tight. 


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  • The Festival

    The Festival



    The head bangers from that gif. You know? That gif?

    I love dis silly humour.

  • See You Yesterday

    See You Yesterday


    A really interesting concept that juggles a few different themes. One being the horrendous police brutality and the other being time travel+ clever young minds. Not executed entirely geniusly but it was enjoyable enough to keep watching. I loved how the driving force of the show was a strong female lead too. However, I didn't much care for the ending. It ended on half a breath. Not Netflix's best but not the worst.

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  • Carol



    What a masterpiece. Finally, FINALLY I fall onto this film. 

    It was harrowing, soft, bold, intense, poetic, chilling, pretty, beautiful, historically perfect, stylised to perfection, sensitive, charismatic, real, emotional, aesthetically pleasing...... I could go on & on. Describing words are my most prized possession when writing about a film that touched me in so many ways. 

    Cate Blanchett =



    My hearts about to fall out my chest. This was so fucking raw & beautiful.

  • Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond

    Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond


    I don’t need to be held together, I’m fine just floating through space like Andy, flying 6000 miles an hour around the sun, balancing on tectonic plates that are floating on lava and ready for the end times to occur and whatever the hell is going to happen. I’m just great, that’s all great, that’s all great. 

    *adds Man on the Moon to my watchlist* 
    How come I haven’t seen it yet? I feel naive not knowing anything about Andy…