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  • See You Yesterday

    See You Yesterday


    They did time travel better than the Avengers... 🤪

    An enjoyable, ambitious debut. YA sci-fi attempting to tackle police brutality and the unavoidable reality for Black adolescents regardless of circumstances, and the cycle of trauma that persists. The merging of subjects and the complimentary tones (dramatic, humorous, etc.) are pulled off well enough. Love the representation of the Caribbean community.

    However, the lack of growth for the joint-lead, “Claudette”, is disappointing, but, I guess, trauma will do that to you. And the realism/social commentary is exhausting me now; can Black kids just be Black kids time travelling? Damn...

  • A Scanner Darkly

    A Scanner Darkly



    Surveillance dystopia, identity struggle, and humanity are discussed and presented uniquely; the world presented seems wild until reality slaps you across the face. 

    Rotoscoping is so beautiful and a great choice to translate the perception of addicts and how ongoing crisis is treated. I would like to see a GTA adaptation in this format. Also, I wonder if the book is better...

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  • Eighth Grade

    Eighth Grade


    Gabe explaining to Kayla that he’s prepared a variety of sauces she can use for her nuggets since he didn’t know which one was her favourite is the pinnacle of romance genre – the definition of love if you will.

  • John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

    John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum


    "Si vis pacem, para bellum."

    FUUUUUCK!!! They really went all out with this one! Resuming a few hours from the conclusion of its predecessor, it dives right back into what we've become accustomed to: frantic yet structured violence. Then taken on an exhaustingly fun journey increasing the ante even fuckin more, once again globetrotting and expanding the already expansive World of Wick. In doing so, we're provided further insight into who John Wick is, albeit minimal; as John’s future becomes…