Pride month is about to start folks, and the best way to get in the right mindset is to begin watching as many LGBTQ+ movies and shows as possible. Don’t worry, for this list I’ll make sure to put if one of the gay characters dies, for I know some of you (and me included) can’t always handle tragic gay romance.
Like most girls, I fell in love with the highly creepy romance of Twilight; for some reason a glittery Robert Pattinson was something young girls couldn’t help but love. Now that time has passed, and it has recently been announced that Pattinson will take on the role of Batman in 2021. Yes, there have been hundreds of Batman films, but the DC world really needs someone to fix the mess that was Batman vs Superman and Justice League. Perhaps a new Batman will be its savior?
Nowadays with readily available media, there to tell you all the dirty truths and realities of the world, it can seem like it's impossible to find a celebrity out there you can truly enjoy. When someone becomes the next big thing there is little they can do to keep their private life or personal views out of the public eye. Because of this, the amount of hateful and immature posts toward celebrities have grown exponentially. Then again, so has our tolerance.
When I went to go see this movie I hadn’t seen any trailers or read anything about the plot, for I simply wanted the whole thing to be a surprise. And oh my, it was. I’d been feeling the need to watch something that’ll make me question my life's choices, and We Have Always Lived in the Castle did just that; the choices in the end being why I thought to watch the movie.
No amount of late nights consisting of reading theories or comics can prepare you for Endgame. Though if you think this is because of the length of the movie I’d calm down a bit. Yes, you can tell tons of time is passing as the movie goes on, but it is pieced together nicely and in a way that you barely notice you haven’t moved for three hours. It’s most likely because the Russo brothers weren’t so crazy with all the action.