Very Lifetime courtroom drama feels, but with great performances from its powerhouse cast (that included Michael B. Jordan and the criminally-snubbed Jamie Foxx).
“The opposite of poverty is not wealth. In too many places, the opposite of poverty is justice.”
It’s Life is Beautiful by way of Wes Anderson.
Am I going to hell for having laughed so hard at this Holocaust comedy? Probably not, since it was obviously a satire.
The entire ensemble was fantastic (love the adorable Yorkie!), but Roman Griffin Davis was the absolute star of the show.
“Let everything happen to you: beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final.”
Let this be a lesson to all music festival organizers:
If you do not include Kween Barbie Forteza in your line-up, expect your event to be an elephant of a clusterfuck.
(Originally published January 22, 2019.)
“Getting old is a gift. I forget that sometimes, but it is. What more could a guy possibly want?”
Eh sino naiyak sa isang videogame-like sequel? 😂😂😂
This is the type of “based on a true story” that makes me lose faith in humanity.
Paul Walter Hauser was terrific in the lead role. His donut breakdown crushed my heart.
And Kathy Bates tearing up over her messed-up Tupperware alone deserved that Oscar nomination.
The anguished crying sound that Robert Pattinson made after pleasuring himself will most probably be the source of all my nightmares in weeks to come.
This must be what it feels like if I had Kuya Bodjie as my therapist.
Also, that moment when Tom Hanks silently looked straight into my soul for a good ten seconds was a cathartic way to start the new year.
Thank you sizie J.J. for listening to the normie suggestions that I made after The Last Jedi.
Best scene for me nung nagsayaw ng Tala yung mga mukhang pugita.
Buddy comedy of the year.
Everyone should heed that Fitbit’s words of wisdom: “Don’t stop now. Keep moving.”
Best use of Dancing Queen since Mamma Mia.