Our Favorite Films of 2021

Posted by Greg on Jan 5, 2022 in Movies |

I’ve seen WAY too many films this year. As the years continue to pass, I’m becoming more cinephile than audiophile. Much like the best albums list, I’m not too thrilled to put one over the other. All of these films have their merits. Without further ado, here goes. So as not to rank them, we’ll just put them in alphabetical order. I’ll probably have to edit this in a few days and add some others:

107 Mothers
A Hero
Annette
Attack the Block
Barb + Star Go To Vista Del Mar
Band of Outsiders
Brian Wilson
Becoming Cousteau
Being the Ricardos
Being Selma Blair
Belfast
Bennedetta
Bergman Island
C’mon C’mon
Censor
Clara Sola
CODA
Compartment #6
Cruella
Cryptozoo
Cyrano
Don’t Look Up
Dream Horse
Drive My Car
Drunken Birds
Dune
Encanto
Escape From Mogadishu
F9
Four Good Days
Flee
Gaia
Great Freedom
Happily
House of Gucci
I’m Your Man
In The Heights
Joe Bell
Julia
King Richard
Knocking
Lamb
Leave No Traces
Let It Be Morning
Licorice Pizza
Listening to Kenny G
Luzzu
Malignant
Mandibles
Memoria
Nightmare Alley
No Sudden Move
Nobody
No Man of God
No Time to Die
Oxygen
Parallel Mothers
Passing
Pig
Plan B
Playing With Sharks
Prayers for the Stolen
Prisoners of the Ghostland
PVT Chat
Red Rocket
Riders of Justice
Rita Moreno
Roadrunner
Shiva Baby
Space Sweepers
Spencer
Street Gang
Summer of Soul
Super Frenchie
Swan Song
Test Pattern
The Card Counter
The Dark Crystal
The Djinn
The Dry
The Eyes of Tammy Faye
The French Dispatch
The Good Boss
The Green Knight
The Hand of God
The Humans
The Last Duel
The Lost Daughter
The Lost Leonardo
The Paper Tigers
The Perfect Candidate
The Power of the Dog
The Rescue
The Sparks Brothers
The Spine of Night
The Tragedy of Macbeth
The Truffle Hunters
The Velvet Underground
The Vigil
The World to Come
Tick, Tick…Boom!
Unclenching the Fists
Undine
We Need To Do Something
Werewolves Within
West Side Story
White Building

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