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  • Wendy and Lucy

    Wendy and Lucy


    52 Films Directed by Women

    Throughout the course of American history, homelessness and the oppression of women has always been prevalent. When, why, and how Wendy got herself into her current situation is unimportant to the plot that follows her struggle in simply trying to stay fed. She has no friends, no support, so her dog is the only companion she can trust. It's an interesting character to follow, she's very passive when difficulty comes her way, just as…

  • Booksmart



    52 Films Directed by Women

    There are a lot of words rolling around in my head whenever I think about Booksmart. As of writing this review, it has been a full 24 hours since I've sat down in my theater seat for it. Usually, by this time, I forget a majority of the events that happen in a film I saw in theaters, but that is not the case for Olivia Wilde's directorial debut. I still remember every little…

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  • Phantom of the Paradise

    Phantom of the Paradise


    Holy shit!! I did not expect to love this as much as I did. Everything in here is camp to the max: sets, costumes, music, acting, everything, is perfectly corny and just the right amount of over-the-top. I loved every second of this bonkers thing.

  • Rejected



    “For the love of God, and all that is holy, my anus is bleeding!”


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  • Full Force

    Full Force


    Something I find peculiar is why this is on Letterboxd. This doesn't bridge that gap between YouTube content and a real documentary, no matter how entertaining it may be. Something else I find peculiar is that I was actually entertained by this. Over the years I've fallen out of love with iDubbbz's content. His style, his critiques, and "Bad Unboxing" series have all worn out their welcome in my subscription box, so you can imagine my surprise when I found…

  • La Haine

    La Haine


    Whenever I sit down to view a much anticipated film that has been sitting in my watchlist for a very long time, I always approach with caution. It's easy for someone to get their hopes up only to be disappointed so easily. I've often championed the concept of preconceived notions being a weak (or ridiculous) reason to dislike a film, but, more often than not, that statement is wrong most of the time. In such events where I do find…