Movie Review: The Surrogate

Movie Review: The Surrogate by Julie Perez When Jess Harris (Jasmine Batchelor) decides to be the surrogate for her best friend Josh (Chris Perfetti) and his husband Aaron (Sullivan Jones), it’s a selfless act that is meant to enrich all of their lives. Amidst the happiness and the celebration though, a prenatal test shows that…

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Review: Go Back to China

Review: Go Back to China by Julie Perez It’s a tale as old as time; a spoiled-rich girl finds the meaning to hard work and becomes a better person. We’ve all seen it before and yet, Director/Writer Emily Ting has found a fresh new take on a familiar story. Go Back to China follows Sasha…

Movie Review: The Invisible Man

Movie Review: The Invisible Man by Julie Perez Maybe the best thing that The Invisible Man does is make the audience decide whether or not they’re going to believe the abuse that a woman has endured, even though they haven’t seen it. The thing about psychological thrillers is that you can’t help but wait for…

Review: To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

Review: To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You by Julie Perez I didn’t love it. Hear me out. (Possible spoilers ahead, proceed with caution.) To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is now streaming on Netflix and though Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky are still as charming as ever, following up…

Movie Review: Little Women

Movie Review: Little Women by Julie Perez The first time that I tried reading Little Women by author Louisa May Alcott, I stopped halfway through because Jo felt like a reflection of myself that I didn’t feel like facing. She was all ambition, completely unafraid to ask questions that didn’t always have answers and a…

SPOILER-FREE REVIEW: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

SPOILER-FREE REVIEW: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker by Bryan Scheidler Luke Skywalker: What’s in there? Yoda: Only what you take with you. I am surprised how a single quote can sum up a movie experience so well. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opens in theaters this week and the early press reactions have…

Movie Review: Honey Boy

Movie Review: Honey Boy by Julie Perez Suddenly writing a script based on my traumatic experiences feels like the perfect form of therapy. Being that Shia LaBeouf has spent plenty of time trending for his chaotic actions, there’s a high chance that anybody going in to see Honey Boy has some sort of assumption about…

Movie Review: Parasite

Movie Review: Parasite by Julie Perez Parasite Review: If reading this review is your introduction to the movie Parasite, I urge you to go out of your way to watch this film. If you decide to continue reading, look forward to extremely vague statements and no spoilers happening so, have fun! Dare I say, Parasite…