Pixar’s Turning Red follows Meilein (Rosalie Chiang), a 13-year-old girl who is torn between being her mother’s perfect daughter and being her boyband-obsessed self. This is made even more difficult when she starts turning into a giant red panda whenever she experiences strong emotions.Continue reading “Turning Red (Disney+ – 2022)”
Licorice Pizza follows Alana (Alana Haim) and Gary (Cooper Hoffman) as they navigate their burgeoning relationship in the San Fernando Valley during the 1970s. Gary is immediately enamored with Alana, while she flounders with returning Gary’s affections and being mad at him.Continue reading “Licorice Pizza (2021)”
Enola Holmes follows Sherlock Holmes’ sister, Enola (Millie Bobby Brown) who finds that her mother is missing one evening. Enola is set on finding her and embarks on doing so without her brothers help.Continue reading “Enola Holmes (Netflix – 2020)”
It is a film that centers around a group of kids who are losers that come together one summer to stop the clown, Pennywise (Bill Skarsgard). Pennywise terrorizes these kids with their worst fears, but they are the only ones willing to try and stop him.
Booksmart revolves around two top of the class high school seniors who want to party before graduation since they never got to do so before. Amy (Kaitlyn Dever) and Molly (Beanie Feldstein) however find themselves having a crazy night that they are not sure they can handle.
This film, in my opinion, is a sort mix of Ladybird and Never Goin’ Back, it primarily centers around a friendship between two girls who are getting ready to go to college. These two girls and their friendship are the crux of the film, Dever and Feldstein are undoubtedly stars in the making after this film is released. And I’m loving that we’re getting more and more films about female friendships.
Eighth Grade surrounds Kayla (Elsie Fisher) last week of being in the 8th grade. Kayla makes YouTube videos giving tips to other people her age on how to be confident or how put yourself out there, but Kayla struggles to take her own advice. She’s quiet, awkward, and miserable, and just hopes that her high school experience is different from 8th grade.
When watching this film you’ll end up reminiscing about your own 8th grade experience, reliving awkward moments, and overall being so glad that you’re no longer in middle school. But this film gives you insight into what 8th graders today are going through with social media, and even though social media was around when I was in 8th grade (I think Twitter was becoming big thing then), it’s nothing to how it is now.
Love, Simon is a story about a high schooler named Simon, who is just your typical teenager, except he’s gay. When another guy at his school anonymously shares online that is gay too. They start having a online relationship and Simon is left trying to figure who the mystery guy is.
I heard nothing but good things about Lady Bird and I didn’t really know what it was about. All I heard is that it was about a high school senior who goes to a Catholic school who wants to be called “Lady Bird” and her relationship with her mother. And well that’s really all you need to know about this movie too.