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  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal

    ★★★★½

    About twelve years ago I watched my mother very rapidly go from being partially blind, which she had been for almost sixty years, to being competely blind in the span of just a few months. Watching Riz Ahmed portray the grief of a loss of something that is so vital to our humanity brought me back to my mother's fits of crying and anger during that time of her vision loss. She could not accept that her own body and…

  • Parasite

    Parasite

    ★★★★★

    My body was ready. My soul was ready... My mind was not ready.

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  • Save the Last Dance

    Save the Last Dance

    ★★½

    Julia Stiles's 10 Things I Hate About You table dance >>>>> this entire film

  • Now and Then

    Now and Then

    ★★★

    "Things will happen in your life that you can't stop. But that's no reason to shut out the world."

    Childhood friendships. Riding bikes. Singing songs. Treehouses. Telling stories. The angst of hormones. First kisses. Fights. Making up. Getting older. Moving away.

    Nostalgia is such a powerful tool in film, especially as it relates to adolescence. We all can relate to growing up even if it doesn't mirror our exact experience of being a kid. That is what makes the Then

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  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    ★★★★

    Screw Godzilla vs Kong, this right here is the movie I needed on the biggest screen possible, the movie that should've been here for us all to save our theatres. Lord and Miller know what the hell they're doing (even if they're just producing the project) and Disney is over there like Joni Mitchell singing about a paved paradise and that they didn't know what they had till they were gone from Solo.

    The animation here, the characters, the glorious…

  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

    ★★★★

    Into that Great Unkown: The Star Trek (Re)Watch Party - #2


    After all this time, I do believe it's not Jeff Goldbum from Jurassic Park but Ricardo Montalban here that has the greatest screen chest. I mean, that low cut top though... 👀

    I think this is the clinical definition of The Star Trek Movie and for good reason: A classic villain from the series in Khan, a classic line in "KHAAAAAN!!" and the swiftest and smoothest of the OG…