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Favourite Films 2021 here, have a look n tell me how wrong I am !!!

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  • Call Me by Your Name
  • Uncut Gems
  • La Haine
  • Martin Eden

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  • Spencer

    ★★★★½

  • Nitram

    ★★★★

  • The Changeling

    ★★★

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    ★★★½

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  • Martin Eden

    Martin Eden

    ★★★★★

    A fictional biopic commentary on promises and failures of the 20th century, that strides, confidently and with a kick in it’s step, straight into my favourites. A masterful, modern take on Italian classics, the odyssey of a young working man looking to transcend social disparity on the quest to accomplish his own status, and to capture the heart of the woman he loves, the well-to-do, well-educated Elena, the beacon to which he looks to romantically.  

    Martin is torn between…

  • The Many Saints of Newark

    The Many Saints of Newark

    ★★

    Manages to simultaneously have no storyline and multiple storylines, no protagonist and multiple protagonists. Weirdly structured, baffling oddity, that as a standalone story is a real mess. Michael Gandolfini is expectedly transformative as Tony, but for all the attention he got in the trailers, he barely felt like a supporting character. ‘Who made Tony Soprano’ the tagline, and frankly we’re no closer to finding out the answer, instead loitering in an undefined, meandering war between a former black employee and…

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  • Spencer

    Spencer

    ★★★★½

    Beautiful dresses and empty loneliness are given equal measure in Spencer, a quasi-ghost story that evokes The Others, with muted tones and fog, loneliness despite the grandiosity and the flocks of people, distant or close. A deeply intimate biopic, elevated by surrealist flashes and Kristen Stewart’s extraordinary performance as Diana down to the finest dexterity detail. Capturing her delicateness and her volatility, in a pearl incrusted cage, aching to break free with her sons from this privileged prison of customs…

  • Nitram

    Nitram

    ★★★★

    With Nitram, Justin Kurzel aims not to exploit tragedy but to show that the people behind these terrible acts are human, humans with troubles and traumas like ours. He’s asking for us to observe, not condone. Painting a scathing, considered portrait on gun control, on how your son will act when you give him a rifle for Christmas and not love. How laying some blame at the feet of the mother sits with you will depend on whether you see…

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  • Red Notice

    Red Notice

    Netflix: The Movie, starring; Celebrities and Location Green Screen. The Rock being muscles, Ryan Reynolds being sarcasm and Gal Gadot being legs. Red Flag would be appropriate. Destined to be forgotten, entombed in the bottomless Netflix pit, bygone in the endless scroll

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!

    ★★★½

    Directing is flat, story is tragic, film is good, Andrew Garfield is fantastic, Boho Days is better