"The book is a film that takes place in the mind of the reader." ~ Paulo Coelho

The Critic


Movies Meet Their Match when they meet me! On this corner of the internet I call myself Chloe the MovieCritic, but you can just call me MC. Chloe isn't my real name, but I've been called it more times than I can count, so it seems fitting for the personality I display here. 

I am Catholic and from that upbringing I am a tough audience for a movie because I have very high standards when it comes to films which makes me not ashamed of sharing my opinions. I want movies to be clean and to have purpose, so that is what you'll see my critiques reflecting.

I like to describe myself as someone who lives completely through stories. In fact, my life is saturated with them. Reading books and watching movies/shows are my principal way to experience them, but from time to time I also write my own. That is, when I'm not too busy with Math and all of the other parts of life. Because I am one of those weird people who loves calculus.

I'm an Enneagram 9 (possibly w1) and an INFP. Redeemed characters are my absolute favorite and am completely obsessed with STAR WARS, the legends of Robin Hood, fairytales, Julie and the Phantoms, Twenty One Pilots, snow, and the color blue.

Want to know even more about me? I have an ongoing series where I talk about "How I am like..." a fictional character. Learn about me through these characters!:

Thanks for checking out Movies Meet Their Match! Enjoy your time around!

Chloe the MovieCritic

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