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A movie that doesn't need to say much to be impactful. Moonlight challenges us to see young black men for their complex humanity. Young black men who feel pain and hurt while trying to survive in this cruel world. I'm glad this movie won an Oscar for Best Picture.
Probably one of the best horror remakes. Like Get Out, The Invisible Man uses classic horror elements to emphasize and capitalize on a relevant issues facing society, in this case domestic abuse for women. The invisible part of the monster isn't just the fact that you cannot see when he will attack, but that he's always there attacking your mental and emotional state. Elizabeth Moss reflects what many women face in abusive relationships, constantly on edge, paranoid, and fighting to take control one way or another. A must watch that will be remembered for years to come.
This movie truly took everything you knew about coming-of-age rom-coms and allowed the viewers to witness a queer Asian American female lead that story. Knowing that we have seen this type of story countless times before makes this film feel like a cultural reset. Leah Lewis' portrayal of Ellie Chu was complex and heartfelt, as she assumed her starring role with such control and vulnerability. The cultural references that help identify Ellie were subtle and never forced upon, and while that may make her different in this small town (and prone to bullying), it's not what made her Ellie. The unlikely friendship between her and Paul was adorable, as it brought so much commonality and humanity between two people you probably would never have seen together in pop culture before. Alice Wu did a tremendous job on this film. I truly hope this film gets more recognition, even nominations, because it deserves it!