• Save Ralph

    Save Ralph

    test: can a stop motion rabbit voiced by Taika Waititi make someone cry in 3 minutes?
    yes.
    test: successful.

    The fact that Ralph pretended like everything was going to be fine is what hurt the most. Wow, just wow. Pls don't hurt Ralph anymore >:O

  • Shiva Baby

    Shiva Baby

    ★★★★½

    imagine all the bagels the cast and crew got to eat while filming this.

    yeah okay, I'm obsessed, and this movie rocks.

  • An Education

    An Education

    ★★★

    moral of the story - don't you ever dare give up your life, studies, and opportunities for a man.

    An educated mind is not necessarily an open one. While the story was a bit predictable, the execution was done rather well. It's a good movie where we care about the characters and see some life lessons learned with (usually) unsentimental results. It's a tragic yet comedic film, dear and serious, amusing but very telling about human nature.

    *minor spoilers*
    The…

  • Barbie: Fairytopia

    Barbie: Fairytopia

    ★★

    Barbie Fairytopia 🤝 Avengers: Infinity War = evil villain who thinks what they are doing is right and are trying to collect 6 magical items in different colors to become all-powerful.

    Barbie: Fairytopia is perhaps my least favorite Barbie movie I've seen so far, however it was still a fun ride. It shares pretty much the same attributes that make the Barbie movies in the first place. It is not a perfect movie, with some dialogue that doesn't flow as…

  • The World to Come

    The World to Come

    ★★★½

    did I rewatch this only for Vanessa Kirby?

    maybe

  • The Incredibles

    The Incredibles

    ★★★★★

    I remember I went to see this after school on a Friday (I was 7 years old) in theaters so this is me logging the time I went to see the Incredibles for the first time in 2004 :)

  • John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City

    John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City

    Kid Gorgeous Bits Ranked

    1. Assembly/Street Smarts
    2. Giving $120k to college
    3. Prove to me you're not a ROBOT
    4. Horse loose in a hospital
    5. The bread of God is bread/God can't hear you
    6. Petunia's Last Supper/Jesus sitting in front of a Turkey
    7. McJagger "not FUNNY"/salt and PEPPAA
    8. My wife is a bitch and I like her so much!
    9. Best Buy Rewards Card
    10. long victorian nightgown ghost
    11. I am gross
    12. Tonight’s No Good, How About Wednesday?

  • The Prince of Egypt

    The Prince of Egypt

    ★★★★½

    Moses: Rameses, I'm sorry I diagnosed you with Letma
    Rameses: What's Letma?
    Moses: LETMA PEOPLE GO

    If this happened in the 2010's decade I imagine Moses would bring up letting his people go by playing Uno with Rameses. Rameses would get a card that says "Let My People Go or Draw 25" and would be stumped. Anyways, that's enough memes for today. This movie slaps, and it's top 5 DreamWorks for me. Go watch it if you haven't already, and if you have? rewatch it :D

    Dreamworks Ranked

  • A Grand Day Out

    A Grand Day Out

    honestly, that moon cheese looks like the most delicious thing ever. who wants to go to the moon with me to get some??

  • The Wrong Trousers

    The Wrong Trousers

    This short unlocked a memory I forgot I had. And here I was thinking the moon cheese short was the best episode. The Wrong Trousers has to be the most thrilling, comedic, and emotional animated short I've ever seen. Masterpiece.

  • Pitch Perfect

    Pitch Perfect

    ★★★½

    when Jesse said he wanted to score movies for the rest of his life, that is when I realized I needed to marry a man just like him. where are my fellow film score nerds at??

  • Shiva Baby

    Shiva Baby

    ★★★★½

    I had a bagel this morning so that was my motivation for watching this today.

    Oh gosh, I am completely blown away. Shiva Baby provides for a tense and comedic experience as it juggles several sensitive topics in a chaotic yet subtle manner. I was impressed by the depth of feeling in this film. It was a reminder of how parents see what they want to see and choose the simplistic narrative of their children's lives. There are many moments…