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  • The Father

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  • San Andreas

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  • Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

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  • The Father

    The Father

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    No words. This is easily the most surprising film of the year for me. The Father is an emotional rollercoaster of a film. Anthony Hopkins plays a man suffering from dementia. It had continued to progress and become so much worse and is affecting him severely. First of all, this is easily the best performance of the year. There is some movies that are so well acted that I get sucked in thinking it’s real. This is one of those.…

  • San Andreas

    San Andreas

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    This movie is terrible obviously from a filmmaking perspective, but why would someone go into this expecting anything besides a dumb popcorn blockbuster. It’s a huge CGI fest with The Rock and is as over the top and cheesy as can be. I mean it’s super entertaining even though the script makes no sense and it has all the cliches and predictable situations you could think of but does it work as a fun throw away movie, of course. People who say they are bored watching this and try to critique it like it’s a damn Scorsese film are just bored cinephiles.

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  • Dune

    Dune

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    Dune was a breathtaking film. This has been my third most anticipated movie of the year ever since I made my 2021 list. Denis Villeneuve is a truly special director that I admire so much for all the greatness he has brought to film in the last decade. Prisoners, Arrival, and Blade Runner 2049 are all perfect films and in my top 30 favorites of all time. Villeneuve just knows how to immerse you into a world like no other.…

  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird

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    Even better than perks of being a wall flower. This was one of the most real coming of age films I’ve ever seen. The movie basically just starts with no introduction and that really set the tone for the film. Greta Gerwigs direction here is a big standout. She crafts these scenes in a way that feel so raw. We literally have scenes where it will just cut to people already talking and I like how it’s not just a…