I feel like such a pretentious film snob to call a film a piece of art. It feels wrong to simply call this a movie. How douchey does that sound now? I'm beside myself at this point.
Eighth Grade has been frequently talked about it’s cringe filled moments. But what part of being thirteen isn’t?
I have held and still hold irrational and rational anger towards a lot of things. I’ve been able to let go of some and ease my mind a little. Some things I’m still angry about are so small, I only think of them when I’m triggered by something. Others are so big that I have spent nights awake thinking of them. The Lizzie McGuire Movie is one of the big ones.
Also this movie promoted itself as "The most terrifying film you will ever experience". I hate it when movies make such big claims. But sure...fuck me up. Put me in an insane asylum after. That's the kind of shit I want.
Kiki's Delivery Service is hands down my favourite animated film. It took me a moment to figure out why it stuck with me so much as a kid and I think I've finally narrowed it down.
I mean if this guy who was so scared to be looked down upon by his snooty ass friends could chose to be with a girl in such an ugly dress, he must have really gotten over himself.
Byzantium is a strange but compelling cross between a coming of age story, a vampire horror and an on the run thriller all wrapped up in a drama of a love between a mother and child.
A mediocre teen vampire series turned to successful yet meh film series turned an okay fanfiction turned crazily popular novel turned surprisingly good movie.
There are so many components that makes this movie utterly captivity, insanely rewatchable and irrevocably timeless. They all collide, scramble together and present themselves into a movie that I can’t help but say is my favourite of all time.
When I heard they were actually going to making a movie out of the book I hold the closest to my heart, I was excited rather than focused on it being years too late. Instead I was hoping for Stargirl to reach other kids who needed her much as I did.