• Tully



    My oh my. I have never been so heavily affected by a movie, to the point where I'm still sobbing as I get in the car to leave. I pinky promise to write a real review after I watch it again. Unlike my Lady Bird review, I'm going to hopefully follow through on this. Absolutely incredible, emotionally captivating, heartstring-pulling film. Wow

  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird


    Wow I loved this film so much. Maybe I’ll write a real review later.

  • The Killing of a Sacred Deer

    The Killing of a Sacred Deer


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

    This review is way out of order in regards to movies I’ve seen and it’ll bug me for a bit, but I’ll get over it. I felt that this might be a good movie to return to Letterboxd. 
    Also, this review might be scattered af so bear with me.

    Now, this movie seems to be an adaptation to Euripides’s "Iphigenia at Aulis", similar to the biblical story of Abraham and Issac in its ties to faith and sacrifice. Greek king,…

  • Ernest & Celestine

    Ernest & Celestine


    I needed this

  • Forks Over Knives

    Forks Over Knives


    Well, son of a gun, I’m gonna be vegan.

    This outline would have been a really well written argumentative research paper. However, as a movie it’s a little too structured for my taste. The message was definitely convicting. Am I going to stop eating cheese? HAHA! Hell no. I do intend of being more conscious of what goes into my body and enjoying plant based meals when I can! We’ll see how long it lasts...

  • The Last Song

    The Last Song


    Narks 3rd and final movie of the day.
    I think this one will always be ok for me to watch because the storyline hits home. The line delivery in this particular Sparks adaptation is just atrocious, but the music and ending always make me smile.

    Realization: The locations in these movies (The Lucky One, Dear John, and The Last Song) are all idyllic and I’m craving some East Coast scenery. But I also want to go to Hawaii so whatever.

    I cried again. Sue me.

  • Dear John

    Dear John


    Nicky Sparks #2 of the day.
    Worse than the last one. Amanda Seyfried looks like a hammer head shark chicken. The last time I saw Channing Tatum, he was in a man thong and dancing for money so this was just incredibly disappointing. Jk, I have a boyfriend. Anyways, the script is poo, the acting is worse than poo and the storyline was just boring. This movie was so much better when I was 15 and stupid.

    …But, I cried. whoops.

  • The Lucky One

    The Lucky One


    It was Nick Sparks’ day on t.v. so I sat through all these tween dramas to occupy myself while simultaneously folding my entire family’s laundry while my brothers almost killed themselves at Coachella.

  • Meet the Fockers

    Meet the Fockers


    Weird pick for a movie on Easter Sunday, via Brian. Nonetheless, a dec “classic” (?)

    “Aren’t you glad you’ll never have to do that Riley? I think we’re pretty normal… Then again, the Fockers thought that too.
    …shit.” -My dad

  • We're the Millers

    We're the Millers


    I’m changing this to 3 starz because I laughed pretty hard at 20% of it. Chuckled at the rest.

  • Fire at Sea

    Fire at Sea


    What is this vague, piece of crap documentary? Excuse my insensitivity, but BOOOOOOOO.

  • A Man Called Ove

    A Man Called Ove


    I really don't have a ton to say about this but there were some charming parts.