Everyone seems to be playing a different game and playing by their own rules.
Being demisexual means I don't purse sex the way I'm "supposed" to, but sometimes desire it when I'm not "supposed" to. For a long time, I was ashamed of both of these things.
A richly imaginative movie, if not always the easiest to follow.
Solid and stylish if slightly silly fun.
It’s not that I think dichotomies like “asexual”/“allosexual” and “voluntary celibate”/“involuntary celibate” are meaningless. But I find them, at best, an awkward fit for my own experience.
Ultimately, the movie respects its characters, and that's what's most important.
A remarkably timeless movie, it deals with issues that are still relevant and has two main characters who both embody ace themes, albeit in very different ways.
Blade Runner didn’t need a sequel. But if they had to make a sequel, we couldn’t have asked for a better one!
My friends are buying houses, getting married, and having children. Do they still have any room in their lives for someone like me?
A relatively entertaining movie that gave us many of our most (in)famous vampire tropes.