Delicious: Good Food for Everyone

It's one of my goals this year to watch more films and read more internationally. So naturally when I saw Delicious pop up, a film about food and the opening of the first restaurant in 1700's France I was like yes, good place to start! And it was! Also there's a birth of the French... Continue Reading →

Venom’s Cousin…But Not Funny…

Directed By: Edgar Abramenko Honestly none of the funny. It's more of a psychological drama- and rather interesting in a way I didn't expect. It's 1983 and Tatyana is a young psychiatrist under review for a controversial method of curing a patient. This immediately brings her to the interest of a General who brings her... Continue Reading →

portrait of A Lady on Fire

Portrait of a Lady on Fire Directed By: Cèline Sciamma I want to say right off the bat it took me about 30 minutes to get into this one. It's beautiful throughout but there's especially a dreaminess about the beginning and not much dialogue. I suppose like a lot of relationships it really picks up... Continue Reading →

Zombie Travel Survival Tips

Train to Busan Directed By: Sang-ho Yeon Grade: A I love finding a movie where my first thought is, "Eh, I'll just try it because it's not really my thing," and then absolutely loving it. Which pretty much happened with Train to Busan. I flipped it on like I'll just watch a couple of minutes... Continue Reading →

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