• Palm Springs

    Palm Springs


    I think I lost myself a little bit in Cristin Milioti's eyes... And what a perfect use of Kate Bush's Cloudbusting!

  • Work It

    Work It


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

    Why was everyone pretending they were good at the end? Their final dance sucked yet somehow they won? I know noone's here for any kind of realism but come on. This literally called for an ending along the lines of "we stepped outside our comfort zone, pushed ourselves to the limit, had lots of fun in the process, and even though we lost each of us grew as a person and that's what counts".

  • The Old Guard

    The Old Guard


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

    That part about Quynh being locked in a coffin and tossed into the depths of the ocean to die over and over again was some gruesome shit that's gonna give me major nightmares.

  • Paterson



    Paterson captures the mundanity of adult life in such a serene and delicate way that makes you notice the beauty in the small things as well as appreciate life for what it is. The fact that he kept leaving Marvin unattended outside the bar was so anxiety-inducing though. Don't do that, guys!

  • Sophie's Choice

    Sophie's Choice


    This was a very aptly (though accidentally) chosen film to watch on the 76th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising and I suppose it moved me more than it would have if I had seen it on any other day. Still, it has major issues with the narration and I don't think Meryl's Polish was as good as everyone makes it out to be but she delievered a stellar performance nonetheless.

  • God's Own Country

    God's Own Country


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

    I have no idea how they managed to achieve this level of genuine emotional connection between the characters but it's insane, every glance they exchange is palpably charged and intimate. I'm so relieved it had an actual happy ending because my heart would have shattered into pieces otherwise.

  • Where Hands Touch

    Where Hands Touch


    who allowed this offensive good nazi fanfic mess to even see the light of day?!

  • The Jane Austen Book Club

    The Jane Austen Book Club


    Okay, I love everything Jane Austen and I am lowkey outraged that this little gem has flown under my radar for so long. It really made me want to start my own bookclub with a bunch of like-minded folk and then we'd bond over our fav Austen men and eventually become the best of friends, like please universe make that happen!

  • Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

    Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping


    Putting that helmet on Owen's head, that was a brilliant gimmick. I wish I'd done that with Zayn. We could've kept him in One Direction for years.

    I snorted so hard at this I nearly choked πŸ˜‚ Anyhow, that was positively surprising. I thought it was yet another dumb comedy but it's actually a pretty shrewd mockumentary/satire of celebrity culture. Almost every joke lands, the delivery is on point, and I couldn't keep up with the countless cameos which made it even more entertaining.

  • Hostiles



    I can see why it has such mixed reviews but I rather enjoyed it. It's a solid and gripping take on westerns, the cinematography is just out of this world, plus Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike is a pairing I never knew I needed.

  • First Man

    First Man


    There's no denying that technically this film is incredibly well done, its attention to detail is really impressive and the score is brilliant but it's just so monotonous and lengthy I had to watch it in two sittings...

  • Baywatch



    Didn't expect it to be this dumb, it wasn't even remotely funny or entertaining either, just plain embarrassing... Like I could literally feel my brain cells slowly dying one by one with every passing minute. The only thing this atrocity has going for it is some lit summer bops you can jam to.