All of Us Strangers is maybe 2023’s best film.
Saltburn never plays it safe, and where Fennell takes things is guaranteed to anger a fair share of the viewing public.
Priscilla is a vibe. It’s a viscerally emotive whirlwind that sweeps around the viewer with hurricane-like intensity.
Scorsese looks the audience in the eye, daring us to turn away, knowing that if we do, then we’re not only willing to purposefully not learn from our rancid and racist history but, even more appallingly, we’re ready to forgive it, too.
Bottoms is a riotous assault on the status quo, making this Queer gem of revolutionary bedlam a sex-positive sensation that grabbed me by the jugular and refused to let go.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is an instant classic.
Not only is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 my favorite film of the series, but it’s also quite possibly the best entry in the entire MCU.
The Eternal Daughter might be 2022’s best film.
Knives Out set an impossibly high bar. Glass Onion vaults over it with rhapsodic ease.