Sometimes I find myself staring out of windows inside buildings at my university short of breath. Generally when this happens, I am thinking about Call me by Your Name. I was entranced with the cinematography of the film when I first watched it last summer. I only got the chance to watch half of it before my baby sister woke up from her nap. She may have only been two, but I still felt a little uncomfortable having her watch a movie with such adult content.
Kathryn and Sebastian. The screwed up step siblings that took over the 90s. It all started with a bet. But that is how all bad decisions start, isn't it?
You will all come to know that I am utterly obsessed with Timothèe Chalamet's acting ability. I have wanted to watch this film since I found out it was being made, not only because he was in it, but also because of the subject material it covers.
I found out about Miss Stevens when I was chilling in my best friend's room. She was scrolling through Netflix trying to find a movie she could watch before bed. She paused on this movie in the "Drama" category and the picture faded onto the screen. I saw that the screen capture from the movie had Lily Rabe, Lili Reinhart, and Timothée Chalamet in it.
I have seen Pitch Perfect more times than is socially acceptable. The winter it came out in 2012 I watched it on repeat (literally) for a week straight. I would finish the film and start it over from the beginning immediately as I got to the ending credits.
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return." - Christian I had never seen Moulin Rouge before this week, but I had listened to the song made famous by P!nk, Christina Aguilera, Lil Kim, and Mya: "Lady Marmalade." I'm pretty sure my mom sheltered me from the movie, because…
“Writing is a form of mischief.” ― Stephen Sondheim I have always enjoyed finding connections between movies. That connection is more often than not an actor. In musicals, I like to connect them using their actors, and then watch them according to that connection. I recently boiled down some of my favorite movie musicals and connected them using one actor.
I watched Flower on Hulu about three weeks ago because it stars Zoey Deutch. I have watched several movies with her as the star over the last year or so, and I am thoroughly impressed by her as an actor. To be honest, I didn't really look at the description before watching the film. I am very guilty of doing that on more than one occasion, but this time, it turned out for the best. I loved the film.