Stream of Consciousness Review: Child’s Play (1988)

Do we all actually remember the premise to Child’s Play? Because it’s weird as hell. This kid…obsessed much? Of course the doll is called Good Guy. That life size doll in the commercial is HORRIFYING. There is far too much sugar involved in this breakfast this kid is making. This kid, Andy, just reinforces my... Continue Reading →


Revisiting Disney: Alice in Wonderland (1951)

I’m just going to say it: this is my favorite Disney animated film. It was my favorite growing up and is still one of my favorites today. So, pardon me if this entry is a little bias. I’ll try my best not to be. Alice in Wonderland was released in 1951.Disney released four other animated... Continue Reading →

The Meg (2018) Review

Guys, The Meg is out in theaters. And you bet your ass that I paid to see it in XD at my local Cinemark theater. I’ve been waiting for this film because, based on the trailer and the billboards, it promises to be a good time. And it is. The Meg stars Jason Statham (because... Continue Reading →

62. Sullivan’s Travels

A director of escapist films goes on the road as a hobo to learn about life, which gives him a rude awakening. With the way this list is set up, I go through these moments of watching a bunch of the Top 100 films all at once and then stopping because I’ve hit a film... Continue Reading →

Eighth Grade (2018) Review

I don’t know that I’ve ever seen a coming of age film that’s as raw as Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade. It perfectly portrayed some of the rougher, more awkward parts of growing up, and depicted them accurately, which is the biggest achievement. Elsie Fisher plays Kayla, a teenager in her last couple weeks of eighth... Continue Reading →

Christopher Robin (2018) Review

Like many, the stories of Winnie the Pooh are very near and dear to my heart. So it is to the surprise of nobody that I was excited to see this film. I went in to the theater, popcorn and drink in hand, all ready for my inner child to live her best life. And,... Continue Reading →

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