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The stand-out sequences from an excellent year at the movies.
Before digging into 2017’s best and worst, let’s acknowledge the outstanding achievers in the field of leaving absolutely no lasting impression.
“These the Best Musi-” No, wait, that’s awful, don’t use that.
And the beat goes on.
It’s that time again…
Where most tech satires focus only on the tech, Ingrid Goes West reaches wider.
Mostly for worse, Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, Molly’s Game, is pure unchecked Sorkin.
It’s time to accept that these movies aren’t going to get better, and they’re not going to become interestingly bad again.
Lost in Paris will absolutely not be for everyone, but those who can vibe with it are in for a sweet, fun, if insubstantial love letter to 20s slapstick cinema.