Movies meant a lot to me in the 2010s. These are the fifty that meant the most.
Nazi-centric films don’t tend to be particularly fun. Enter Taika Waititi.
It’s strange that it’s taken me over two years to write about The Last Jedi.
If you’re a fan of trashy thrillers and farfetched twists overlaid with a veneer of sophistication, you could do worse.
Frozen II succeeds as a brand extension for Disney, but limps over the line as a movie in its own right.
Though well-intended, Ford v Ferrari’s insistence on old-fashioned filmmaking means it trades any insights for entertainment.
Dark Fate is, in my book, the best attempt to continue the Terminator franchise since 1991. It’s a shame that it just happens to be dead on arrival.
3 From Hell is that it doesn’t really have a substantial enough idea to justify returning to a decade-old franchise.
Horror comedies are hard. Ready or Not proves they don’t have to be.
Zombieland: Double Tap will sell tickets off the promise of exploding zombies and sarcastic asides. Thankfully, it has both in droves.