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  • Wild Rose

    Wild Rose


    I. LOVE. THIS. MOVIE. everyone needs to spread the word of this film because it is EVERYTHING AND MORE. and that begins with jessie buckley. this is one of the best performances i have ever seen. she HAS to get an oscar nom or this world is officially cruel. she brought so much energy and life into this role and her voice was flawless. julie walters also has an amazing supporting role and the kids in the film are great.…

  • The Last Black Man in San Francisco

    The Last Black Man in San Francisco


    this film is breathtaking. so simplistic with varied styles and approaches in the filmmaking. the performances blew my mind and was so deep in thematics about home, honesty, and friendship. and the score was the best score i have heard in a while.

    gay tag: san francisco.

  • Arrows of Outrageous Fortune

    Arrows of Outrageous Fortune


    very funny and entertaining. loved the dry humor and groundbreaking filmmaking approaches. there is a flashback that is unnecessary that really took away from the film, but still unique and enjoyable.

    gay tag: “gerlinda?”

  • To the Stars

    To the Stars


    loved this slow burn, period piece, romance film. it was so unique and passionate. the performances are outstanding and the script is subtle and powerful. definitely worth seeing.

    gay tag: thank god it’s not the 60’s or i would be in some deeeep shit.

  • All We Have is Now

    All We Have is Now


    NOTE: “All We Have Is Now” is a 2019 film that I saw at the world premiere at Circle Cinema in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The film is directed by Josh Downing and Luke Wittman. This is a TINY film, so it is not yet on Letterboxd.

    this was so observant and interesting to watch. i had a blast watching these characters interact and the struggles they went through. tulsa, my hometown was a character and i really appreciated that.

    gay tag: people in this movie are hot.

  • Stuber



    pretty funny and entertaining! these two have great chemistry and the ride was fun. it was a little confusing and odd at some points, but still fun.

    gay tag: dave bautista.

  • Crawl



    this movie was hilaaaaaarious and stupid but also great? i mean it’s a hurricane with alligators. it’s not bad at all, shockingly. also sugar the dog is apparently immortal.

    gay tag: THAT hot dog scene.

  • Annabelle Comes Home

    Annabelle Comes Home


    pretty entertaining. love mckenna grace love the warrens and the teens. it was engaging but also not scary. i needed more conflict and darkness so the movie can really go there. overall a good time.

    gay tag: bob the neighbor is SO HOT.

  • Always Be My Maybe

    Always Be My Maybe


    such a cute and pleasant rom com! looove ali wong and randall park and their chemistry is off the charts. surprisingly rich in themes and messages, along with some great eye candy and supporting characters. very enjoyable!

    gay tag: cooking.

  • Midsommar



    oooohhh yes. this was exactly what i wanted and i enjoyed every second of it. it is a brilliant slow burn with so many messages and so much tension. it is visually stunning, and the characters and filmmaking on a whole are so complex and unique. so disturbing and entertaining i was living for it! and florence pugh is my new favorite up and coming actress. she was FLAWLESS in a performance that was so difficult to pull off. i can’t wait to delve deep into the real gut that is this movie.

    gay tag: i have never noticed how attractive will poulter is wow.

  • Spider-Man: Far from Home

    Spider-Man: Far from Home


    loooooved it. hands down the best use of humor of any mcu film. i was DYING throughout. i simply loved every character. tom holland is the hottest and perfect as spider-man. zendaya is everything. nick fury and maria hill continue to rock my world. and everyone associated with the school, especially ned and becky, i LOVED. and most importantly: gylls. jake as mysterio is my favorite mcu villain after thanos. so much great action, emotional beats, and poignant themes. it breaks new ground and is so unpredictable. such a fan.

    gay tag: tom holland AND jake gyllenhaal? YES.

  • Pavarotti



    a pretty good doc that goes into the life of this very talented, large, italian man. shows the ups and downs of fame, family, and legacies. also opera singing calms my nerves.

    gay tag: italy.