Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is directed by Cathy Yan and revolves around Harley Quinn who is out to make a name for herself after her breakup with The Joker. Unfortunately, the people who she wronged are out to get her, one of them being Roman Sionis, a sadistic … Continue reading A Fantabulous, Vibrant Explosion of Lunacy | Birds of Prey REVIEW!
To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is directed by Michael Fimognari and it is the second chapter in the To All The Boys I've Loved Before trilogy which itself is based on a book trilogy. Now that Lara Jean and Peter are officially a couple, things should be going swell, right? Well … Continue reading Can a Rom-Com Sequel Work??| TATB: P.S. I Still Love You REVIEW!
Miss Americana is a documentary directed by Lana Wilson and it follows Taylor Swift as she goes through the hardest episodes in her life as a female artist and how she came out stronger than ever and in many ways, became the person she needed to become for herself. My oldest memories of Taylor Swift … Continue reading The Old Taylor Isn’t Dead, She Spoke Up. | Miss Americana REVIEW
The 92nd Annual Academy Awards were held last night and it was quite the event! Looks were served, awards were won, tears were shed and I felt like the Oscars really took most of the award choices seriously. That being said in a three and a half hour ceremony there was bound to be some … Continue reading Best and Worst Moments of the 2020 Oscars.
1917 is directed by Sam Mendes and it is an epic war drama made to look like it's one continuous shot. The movie revolves around two soldiers who have to deliver a message to call off an attack which will result in the massacre of 1600 men including one of the soldier's brother. The movie … Continue reading An Epic, Emotional and Intense Journey | 1917 REVIEW
Jojo Rabbit is directed by Taikia Waititi and it is based off a book titled Chasing Skies written by Christine Leunens. It revolves around Jojo, a young Hitler fanatic who finds out his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their house. The movie stars Roman Griffin Davis, Scarlett Johansson, Thomasin McKenzie, Rebel Wilson, Sam … Continue reading A Comedic But Real Dystopian Movie From The Past | Jojo Rabbit REVIEW
2019 was a fantastic year for all types of movies, we got the biggest of blockbusters with Avengers: Endgame, one of the most original movies in recent years with Knives Out, a groundbreaking indie with Parasite and a comedy like no other with The Lighthouse. That was a joke, don't curse me. I waited this … Continue reading My Top 10 Movies of 2019!