Movies meant a lot to me in the 2010s. These are the fifty that meant the most.
3 From Hell is that it doesn’t really have a substantial enough idea to justify returning to a decade-old franchise.
Hustlers is not only a raucously entertaining riff on gangster tropes – it also has its own perspective.
I, Tonya might be a love letter to disgraced former ice skater Tonya Harding, but it’s also a love letter to Martin Scorsese.
Silence subtly subverts the insidious narrative of meaningful misery that’s so ubiquitous in Western (and Christian) culture.
The movie about a man who achieved success by stealing other people’s ideas borrows liberally from other films itself.
“Truth is like poetry. And most people fucking hate poetry.” The above quote appears roughly midway through The Big Short, Adam McKay’s star-studded, irreverent take on 2008’s global financial crisis. It’s an effective encapsulation of a film that operates as the rare piece of ‘edutainment’ that’s both legitimately educational and entertaining while providing a self-reflexive…