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  • Hail Satan?

    Hail Satan?


    finally watched this with my dad. satan, we got another one! ☝️

  • Goldman v Silverman

    Goldman v Silverman


    i hate tourist spots because adam sandler could be painted gold for a short film right in front of you while you’re walking around looking for the american eagle and you’d never know

  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


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

    you know what, howard? i think you are the most annoying person i have ever met. i hate being with you, i hate looking at you, and if i had my way i would never see you again

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    “but i also felt your absence”

    means so much to me now in so many ways that i can barely express it anymore. very often i just can’t find the words. i’m so thankful i have this

  • Underwater



    if i was underwater i would simply swim to the surface

  • Knives Out

    Knives Out


    rewatched with commentary which was so insightful and fun to experience in a theater. also, all the toni collette scenes get better every single viewing. the part where she tries to pull jamie lee into a dance made me laugh so hard this time that i choked on popcorn

  • Wild Rose

    Wild Rose


    the kacey cameo made me SCREAM

  • American Honey

    American Honey


    starting the new decade right. hopefully i can make the most of this one

  • Climax



    it was a cultural reset. it was a cultural reset

  • Clemency



    “you can’t save the world”

    very sparse at times to a fault, but otherwise so compelling. this one will haunt me

  • Give Me Liberty

    Give Me Liberty


    “i depend on you”

    way too scattered for me to fully love, but still kind-hearted at the core. i would have preferred more of a look at the bond between the two leads, but i also see the appeal of involving so many kinds of characters. lauren spencer is maybe my favorite breakout performance of the year now, and ending a movie with bon iver gets me every time

  • Luce



    “it’s not that simple”
    “nothing ever is”

    handled with delicate complexity that left me questioning every word and every glance. not much is answered, but it doesn’t matter anyways. what’s more important is the perception of identity and what it means to be good or bad. and how there’s barely an in between. this was sensational