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    1. Scream (1996) 2. My Fair Lady (1964) 3....

    1. Scream (1996)
    2. My Fair Lady (1964)
    3. Scream 2 (1997)
    4. They Shall Not Grow Old (2018)
    5. Scream 4 (2011)
    6. Scream 3 (2000)
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    1. Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (2009)...

    1. Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (2009)
    2. History Is Made at Night (1937)
    3. Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
    4. Born Yesterday (1950)
    5. Donnie Brasco (1997)
    6. Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not)...
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    Poll: Its parallel threads of historical framework and...

    Its parallel threads of historical framework and melodrama story aren't exactly dovetailed or resolved as much as skipped past over to each's endpoint, finishing the film on a deflating note. Feels...
  4. Thread: The Card Counter

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    Poll: Might have been better if Schrader went more...

    Might have been better if Schrader went more Bresson-austere and significantly pared down the two other characters to let it be just mainly the Oscar Isaac show, as his blossoming romance with...
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    Poll: Maybe the visual masterpiece of the year? From...

    Maybe the visual masterpiece of the year? From the first foreboding shot of crows circling the sky to the flurries of dark wings closing out the film, it manages to look stunningly expressionistic...
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    Poll: Good news for you both (he isn’t directing this...

    Good news for you both (he isn’t directing this one tho)

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    oh no :( skiing accident 1483809233930014724

    oh no :( skiing accident

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    Poll: Three films for the price of one, each engaging...

    Three films for the price of one, each engaging in their own way, but kind of clanging when put together even with (or especially because of?) thematic throughline. I actually liked the first one...
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    Poll: I can't believe a writer of Sorkin's...

    I can't believe a writer of Sorkin's stature/acclaim comes up with and then put in that structure of fake present-day interviews, reiterating what has just happened or is about to happen. It makes...
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    Poll: The film is intentionally structured as two...

    The film is intentionally structured as two halves (to reflect on the director's pivotal past event), but this works much better when it's an ensemble than as a character study, since Sorrentino's...
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    The small prologue to every episode this season...

    The small prologue to every episode this season ends up being a tantalizing glimpse of this world's future, should the show be picked up again in some form, and I kinda miss the more overtly...
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    1. Scream (1996) 2. They Shall Not Grow Old...

    1. Scream (1996)
    2. They Shall Not Grow Old (2018)
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    Lol, these are wild. Stewart snub is pretty...

    Lol, these are wild. Stewart snub is pretty shocking.


    Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards Nomination

    Best Ensemble

    Belfast
    CODA
    Don't Look Up
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    Golden Globes Film Best Motion Picture -...

    Golden Globes

    Film

    Best Motion Picture - Drama: The Power of the Dog
    Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy: West Side Story

    Best Director: Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog

    Best Actor...
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    Poll: Jessie Buckley is good, but the flashback...

    Jessie Buckley is good, but the flashback sequences of her as young Leda could have been much, much briefer. They feel "illustrating" too much when the film's meat and particular appeal lie in the...
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    Campion and Smith-McPhee runner-ups shy of...

    Campion and Smith-McPhee runner-ups shy of completing them, but Drive My Car did indeed sweep the Best Film trifecta:


    NSFC

    Best Picture
    Winner: Drive My Car (55 points)
    Runners-up: Petite...
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    Poll: Warm and wistful, with a central uncle-nephew...

    Warm and wistful, with a central uncle-nephew relationship that sees the two actors have lived-in, lovely chemistry together, even if the kid's writing veers into overly precious at times for my...
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    Full trailer ...

    Full trailer


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptqe7s6pO7g
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    Poll: I find this McKay's best of his three prestige...

    I find this McKay's best of his three prestige films, because it feels like a proper (angry) film rather an angry pop-up textbook (although I did have a false early "uh-oh" moment with the film...
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    Poll: Slot this with The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou...

    Slot this with The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou in being Wes Anderson films I'd like to revisit down the line, with this one's reason of it being so dense and busy that during the film I frequently...
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    Top 20 First Watches for 2021: 1. Akira (1988)...

    Top 20 First Watches for 2021:

    1. Akira (1988)
    2. Still Walking (2008)
    3. Taste of Cherry (1997)
    4. Imitation of Life (1959)
    5. Come and See (1985)
    6. Hobson's Choice (1954)
    7. The Wind...
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    Final: 1. The Lord of the Rings: The...

    Final:

    1. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (J.R.R. Tolkien)
    2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (J.R.R. Tolkien)
    3. The Stanley Kubrick Archives (Alison Castle)
    4....
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    Hatchet (Gary Paulsen) - Sparse to the point of...

    Hatchet (Gary Paulsen) - Sparse to the point of almost feeling like a draft at times (the "Secret" barely figures much into Brian's headspace or the events, so that it feels like it is put there to...
  24. Thread: Top 10 of 2021

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    Year-end snapshot. 1. The Power of the Dog ...

    Year-end snapshot.

    1. The Power of the Dog
    2. West Side Story
    3. The Matrix Resurrections
    4. Luca
    5. Pig
    6. The Last Duel
    7. Drive My Car
    8. Dune: Part One
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    Poll: I have some serious issue with big-picture...

    I have some serious issue with big-picture motivations and plotting logic here, especially from Doctor Strange's side, and although Jon Watts is still good on the character stuff (which is why the...
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