• Us

    Us

    ★★★★½

    First off thank you for 1,000 followers. 
    (In just 3 days)! 

    I’ve said it tons of times and i’ll probably say it again Jordan peele is a genius. All I could think of while I was watching this film was “wow, fucking finally, a real horror movie.” In this age of horror (not all) but the majority of horror movies have a specific template, you all know what i mean. The difference here is Jordan decided “fuck all that shit”…

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You

    ★★★★★

    “Sorry to bother you” is 10/10 all the way through. The movie feels as if it was made in a different dimension not too far from our own, the skys the same, the people are the same,(for the most part), the human nature is the same; money sex and drugs. The only difference is the realm in which the whole story is happening. With Lakeith Stanfield selling the fuck out of the story it just engulfes you into this new…

  • The Social Network

    The Social Network

    ★★★★★

    This is one of my favourite movies. It went above and beyond, Jessie Eisneberg and Andrew Garfield have the same chemistry as
    If they were really college room mates. The movie stay’s parallel to the true story and pokes and prodes all those shocking little details that make the whole story sort of sinister. It’s a movie about ego’s, greed, love, hate, betrayal, a winner and a loser which is what most success stories consist of this is one just neatly wrapped in a bow which is “The social network”

  • Tall Girl

    Tall Girl

    ½

    If a Buzzfeed article, white privilege and a piece of dog shit made a movie, this would be that movie. Netflix is either getting very bored or took acid that day, someone should check up on them. - Jaye

  • Booksmart

    Booksmart

    ★★★★

    Wow. Booksmart left me pleasantly suprised. Booksmart is a dark/comedy coming to age movie based around 2 highschool girls going through all the awkward, amazing, tear jerking, hilarous and terrible things that all pre pubecent kids go through. Booksmart did a superb job at conveying all of those feelings that comes with that time of your life. Olivia Wilde, Kaitlyn Denver and Beanie Feldstein come together to create what I think is a modern day girl version of super bad,…

  • Get Out

    Get Out

    ★★★★½

    “Get out” is a one of a kind and created an entire new sub genre. To me as a young black kid who grew up with nothing but the urge to create, it makes me so happy but more so excited to see it happening in the masses. This is more than a movie it’s a statememt that change is here and movies like “Get Out” help people get on board. I’m leaving this one short because honestly there is…