sarah! has written 246 reviews for films during 2020.

  • Love, Simon

    Love, Simon


    only one thing needs to be said: simon's friends are arseholes.

  • Us



    adelaide as a child said i'll just walk off into a mirror maze on my own and whistle an eerie tune. no thank u..

  • Tenet



    finally took the time to watch this. could barely hear them talking and then the music would give me a heart attack. sound design and music was spectacular as always and creates the atmosphere of warped time.

    the plot heavily relies on the audience to be able to play catch up and understand exposition when being delivered to you at warp speed which you definitely cannot do on your first watch. in saying that, it was cleverly written and put me on the edge of my seat.

    i don't how this movie was both boring and engaging at the same time but that's what it was.

  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas


    the amount of jokes in this movie that went right over my head as a child is ASTRONOMICAL!!

    also merry christmas y'all

  • Shithouse



    this honestly had so many similarities to my first year of university. i'm fortunate enough that i could live at home whilst studying and that made the transition way easier. but feeling super lonely whilst being at uni was SUPER relatable.

    so gripping and so heartbreaking, this movie made my night.

  • Spontaneous



    yes we know the poster is terrible. but the movie ain't that bad.

  • Euphoria: Trouble Don't Last Always

    Euphoria: Trouble Don't Last Always


    fuck dude that got so deep and i cried. beautifully directed as always and that COLOURING!! i am SO hyped for season two baby

  • Wedding Crashers

    Wedding Crashers


    the fact that owen wilson is supposed to be one of the "hot guys" slaying the game is way too funny. and tits flashed on my screen in the first 10 mins and i was so shooketh!!! also i didn't finish it.

  • Short Term 12

    Short Term 12


    nope i'm not sitting in a puddle of my own tears. absolutely not. this was OUTSTANDING!!! loved every minute of it.

  • Spotlight



    one of the best movies i've watched this year. didn't use heavy visuals, but rather focused on the story. it is sooooo fucked how much power the catholic church has and how all of these cases were handled so strategically and discreetly. seriously has left a heavy weight on me.

  • Hillbilly Elegy

    Hillbilly Elegy


    this movie definitely had a lot more to show, but failed to actually say anything.

    domestic violence, poverty and drug addiction are just some of the issues they touch upon without actually going into deeper detail. amy adams and glen close gave their best performances with a lacklustre script and story. i don't know why they decided to make a half assed movie about this (which was 2 hOURS long) without actually diving deeper into the issues at hand.

  • Freaky



    vince vaughn running around like a teenage girl was pretty funny i'm not going to lie.