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  • Booksmart



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

    Let me say, I am so glad I decided to see this last minute, at a 10:30 p.m. showing by myself after hearing about it for months...I was the only person in the theater, and it was a DREAM! The Gilmore Girls reference was hilarious and relatable (I’ve also seen it 50 times, lol). I laughed out loud many, many times.

    I loved this so much. I somehow needed it.... The soundtrack alone is so great. What a funny, heartfelt, and original film. The cast!!! Can’t wait to see it again!!!!!!!!

  • Rocketman



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

    This truly surprised me, and it did an excellent job of combining the drama and musical aspects. 

    I deeply loved and appreciated the symbolism of Elton slowly removing his costume gradually throughout the film during the AA meeting, as he became more vulnerable to those around him. Great job done by all. Beautiful.

  • Primal Fear

    Primal Fear



  • John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

    John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum



  • After



    The male lead “Hero” sounded like he had a fake accent the whole time, although he is supposedly actually English, and he has the amazing ability to look dead in his eyes constantly. Truly a rigid and bland performance. Langford has potential. But wow — what a holo and boring story lacking depth, character development or anything of substance, not to mention way too many long pauses and moments lacking score that needing SOMETHING to give it some texture... 


  • Legally Blonde

    Legally Blonde


    “I’m taking the dog, dumb ass!”

    Such a wonderful movie. Never gets old!

  • Climax



    Climax is stunning in so many ways. The opening dance sequence is one of the best pieces of choreography (and cinema) I’ve seen. This is truly engulfing and visceral. I loved it.

  • Five Feet Apart

    Five Feet Apart


    Honestly, I loved this. It was cheesy in bits as expected (two teens, sick in a hospital, falling in love; come on — I was HERE for it), but Richardson and Sprouse were truly excellent. Weaker actors could not have carried these roles (Arias was great, too). I am also very thankful to have been informed more about a disease that is not commonly talked about in mainstream pop culture, cystic fibrosis. My heart goes out to all of those suffering, and there has yet to be a cure found. Brought me to tears. A beautiful film!!!

  • He's Just Not That Into You

    He's Just Not That Into You


    Ginnifer Goodwin is wildly unpleasant and cringe-worthy...
    Otherwise an OK rom-com.

    TBH, Everyone needs to go read 1995’s “The Rules” by Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider... 😂❤️

  • Abducted in Plain Sight

    Abducted in Plain Sight


  • Leaving Neverland

    Leaving Neverland


    This is absolutely mental, mind-blowing and disturbing for so many reasons. I remember seeing all the allegations about Michael Jackson in the early 2000s when I was a young girl and thinking he came off as so creepy and scary, but I never knew if they were actually true or not. My young brain didn’t really understand the ramifications of what was happening, although I very much understood his fame and was familiar with his music, as most people are.…