The Ten Best Movies – 2016

2016 was not great. Not for all those reasons you just thought of. Mostly because movies weren’t that great. There may have been more good than bad, or more good than usual, but nothing was great. Last year we were seriously discussing whether or not a Mad Max movie should win Best Picture. Sylvester Stallone... Continue Reading →

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The Ten Best Movies – 2014

This list might as well be copied from the list of top ten box office performers. Maybe it should be embarrassing. But I see Goodbye To Language and Boyhood heading most serious critics’ lists and can’t help but feeling as though they don’t like movies. It’s one thing to rail against what is popular (or... Continue Reading →

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