2021 was… a year. But we had movies to escape it for even a little while. This list changes for me so often, but if it’s on this list, that means it made a lasting impact on me this year.
The crisp cinematography, striking color palette, and calculated camerawork made this absolutely fascinating eye candy (and with such great substance of a story, too).
‘BEING THE RICARDOS’ is at its best when it gets past the relationship drama going on between Lucy and Desi, delving into the inner-workings of “I Love Lucy” and peeling back the glitz and glamour of showbiz.
The State Farm Arena and iHeartRadio’s Power 96.1 Atlanta hosted performances from Big Time Rush, Black Eyed Peas, Tate McRae, Bazzi, Tai Verdes, MONSTA X, and Dixie D’Amelio on Thursday night.
It’s the apocalypse, and we’re all living in it. There’s no denying the ways of the world surrounding us, so we might as well poke some fun at it while we try to shed some light on the topic and start a conversation.
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is a cinematic EVENT in every possible way. It manages to live up to the outrageous hype and results in a surprisingly emotional, moving, and HUGE movie. Crowd-pleasing without too much deliberate fan service, everybody will find something to love about this.
The Great is officially back for season two on Hulu! Starring Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult, none other than Gillian Anderson joins the cast this season, further proving that adding Gillian Anderson to anything makes it even better.
C’MON C’MON looks to the future in this genuinely heartfelt story that is visually stunning and makes even the most mundane emotions and parts of life seem universally felt. This character feels the closest to Joaquin Phoenix and is such a 180 from his role as the Joker. Woody Norman offers such an honest, realistic child perspective unlike any kid actor I’ve ever seen.
The Humans offers a fly-on-the-wall experience of this family’s flailing Thanksgiving dinner. This ensemble cast bounces off one another so well. There are two conflicting themes here that create a really unique tonal tension. Lean into its many quirks, and that’s when it works.
‘House of Gucci’ stars one of the biggest pop stars in the world (Lady Gaga), and while she doesn’t contribute an original song to the film, it does feature an assorted soundtrack of music.