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Here are some movies I really liked in 2013, in alphabetical order: 12 Years a Slave - The most beautiful horror movie of the year that I'm not sure I want to see again. The content was filled with so…
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Right from the start, this film reached for my heart and squeezed it SO hard. If I wasn't actually crying, I felt like crying through this sweet film about a troubled…
Despite some monster box office hits, like various sequels for Transformers, Twilight, and Harry Potter, the box office was down in 2011. People may have simply been staying home with their new phancy…
How to Train Your Dragon - OK, I admit it: I was kind of a weepy mess throughout this whole film. A boy and his dragon made for the sweetest friendship of the year, soaring far above all the other 3D …
Best of 2009 Where The Wild Things Are A Single Man Watchmen District 9 Inglourious Basterds An Education Moon Avatar Up in the Air Observe and Report Moon Worst of 2009 Str…
A Single Man - Gorgeous, swoon-worthy, heartbreaking, and uplifting. Colin Firth anchors this quiet, poetic day-in-the-life of a man who has been shattered by his lost love. Little Soldier - A mental…
For me the movies of 2008 can be summed up in one word: disappointment. It seemed like I was forever waiting for something to come out (i.e. Rambo, 88 Minutes, and Righteous Kill) only to be grossly d…
1. 88 Minutes. I've seen a lot of bad thrillers, and I've loved a lot of bad thrillers... but I have never loved a bad thriller as much as I love 88 Minutes. It's hilarious from start to finish, from …
10 movies that I really liked in 2008... Let the Right One In (Låt den rätte komma in) - Though other vampire movies got a lot more attention and more box office (*cough* Twilight *cough*), this sombe…
Every December around this time, I sit down to make a list of all the films I’ve seen in the previous year so that I can craft my best-and-worst ‘Pie piece. I write them all down and put them under on…
No Country for Old Men - This perfectly-made Coen Brothers film astonished me with its dusty, Texan look, its wry and sad tone, its shocking violence, and its unresolved ending. If this wins Best Pict…
You know, I thought 2006 was a supremely meh year for movies, but 2007 managed to top its predecessor. Finding truly memorable films or moments was tough. Nonetheless, let’s reflect... 10 Films I Rea…