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  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


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

    it's hard to describe why i love this. it impacted me in such an unexpected way and throughout this review, i'm going to try and put it into words as to why.

    it forces you to pay attention, to focus on the little facial expressions and how they speak to each other in quiet moments. it also shows that both members in a relationship need to be able to communicate with each other and be open minded with one another.โ€ฆ

  • Big Hero 6

    Big Hero 6


    tom's cinema vol. 2 - task 28

    this movie means a lot to me. i first watched it in theaters, 6 years ago. i was the same age as Hiro Himada at the time. i was also depressed, anxious, and confused. this was pretty much the first time i saw myself represented on screen. the idea of Baymax was super comforting to me, it still is. all of the characters are super charming and seeing them work together is alwaysโ€ฆ

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  • Braid



    a fantastic and trippy psychological horror with great performances from the three main actresses. fun mystery elements, as well. if you're looking for something short and sweet, this is what i recommend.

  • My Valentine

    My Valentine

    this aint it. i found out that this was based off of a real life situation when i was half way through the movie. this just feels like it was mocking the real victims of what this was based off of. if you want to hear more about the situtation, there are other reviews with more and better information then i could give you. regardless of that, though, this is just poorly made and disorienting. the dialogue is Not good and the only good thing it has going for it is the lighting.

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  • The Ringmaster

    The Ringmaster


    "i'm not the villain. i refuse to accept that."

    i watched this because a tiktok told me to and i'm honestly glad i did.

    it's really a sad and uncomfortable documentary. i think it's a good look behind the scenes into how directors can take advantage of the subject and how easily filmmaking can go wrong.

    i think the lesson of the story is that we should stop enabling white guys who have access to a camera and too much money.

    if you are an aspiring filmmaker, for documentaries or not, watch this.

  • I, Tonya

    I, Tonya


    the only good biopic, i'm convinced.