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  • Twister



    In the 12 years I've worked with persons with disabilities, I've always had the great pleasure of working with wonderful individuals who were moderate to severe on the Autism spectrum. There was one common denominator between at least 15 of these individuals with Autism: they all ADORED Twister. Many of them had traveled to Oklahoma and would proudly show off their pictures with "Dorothy" to me. I had technically already seen the entire film since one of them recited word…

  • Euphoria: Trouble Don't Last Always

    Euphoria: Trouble Don't Last Always

    Letterboxd community: You really think that?! You think that Zendaya and Sam Levinson are horrible at their jobs?
    Me: I do and I'm tried of pretending they're not.
    This and Autumn Sonata have the same rating and they are two sides of the same coin. The difference is one has a purpose and is a masterpiece, and the other is a boring, confused, laborious mess. I had a more detailed review but it was deleted, so there is way more to this take than a simple like or dislike.

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  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong


    Exactly what you expect and what I paid $15 for. Radioactive lizard and giant monke beat each other up in a spectacle quite fitting for a theatrical release. The human and film aspect with this, however, is 100% nonsensical. After seeing her in this, I don't think Millie Bobby Brown is a very good actress imo. While she was good in the first two seasons of Stranger Things, the role just kind of called for her to scream a lot,…

  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest


    Part 3 of Films of Our Fathers
    Growing up, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in our house seemed like a rite of passage. It was the movie I wanted to see that my father would show me when he felt the time was right. It was my late grandmother's favorite film and had prestige. Like you weren't ready to become an adult until you watched it. Sure enough, right after graduating Eighth grade, my dad sat me down and…