• Moonlight



    i'd kept hearing that this was a devastating movie and thought going in that it would be heavier and would end more sadly than it did. don't get me wrong; the subject matter explored is very personal and heavy, but that by no means makes this a movie that is excessively difficult to watch. it is compelling and tender and keeps you engaged and invested the whole way through. the ending to me feels soft, optimistic, romantic. i'll leave it at that, as there's little i can say about this movie that hasn't already been said. watch it!

  • A Separate Peace

    A Separate Peace


    not nearly as bad as i was lead to believe it would be. i haven't looked at other letterboxd reviews for this movie, but everything i'd heard pre-watch had been very lukewarm or negative. i mean as a standalone story, i can see why people would feel eh about it; perhaps the criticism i was hearing was more about the story itself than its value as an adaptation. coming at it as someone who dearly loves the book, i thought…

  • A Separate Peace

    A Separate Peace

    where are you guys even watching this movie send me a link besties

  • The Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast Club

    this movie is very much fine. i think the main draw is the 80s aesthetic bc otherwise i can't really parse what people like about this movie. the morals and messages lack the depth i was expecting going in and based on what i'd been told about it. most of it falls completely flat for me, and it's hard for me to connect with emotionally as a 17 y/o. conceptually, i'm all over it, but seeing it? not at all.…

  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off

    Ferris Bueller's Day Off


    3 bisexuals in a car