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Rudie’s Top Ten Films of 2023

Looking back at 2023 in movies, there’s been a lot of ups and downs like any year. I’m just happy I watched more movies in theaters than at home — which is a return to my cinema lifestyle before the pandemic....


Battleship Pretension’s Ten Best Films of 2022

Battleship Pretension’s Ten Best Films of 2022 Honorable mentions: Happening, Memoria, The Swimmers, Triangle of Sadness, The Wonder 10. After Yang As the line between humanity and technology thins and blurs, it makes sense that filmmakers continue to explore what...


Battleship Pretension’s Ten Worst Films of 2022

Battleship Pretension’s Ten Worst Films of 2022 Dishonorable mentions: Holy Spider, The Man from Toronto, They/Them, Thor: Love and Thunder, Triangle of Sadness 10. The 355 Generally, unless it’s from a director with whose work I already have a negative...


David’s Top Ten Films of 2022

David’s Top Ten Films of 2022 10. Dreaming Walls: Inside the Chelsea Hotel 9. I Didn’t See You There 8. Return to Seoul 7. Mad God 6. Pacifiction 5. The African Desperate 4. Babylon 3. The Fabelmans 2. Saint Omer...


Scott’s Top Ten Films of 2022

Scott’s Top Ten Films of 2022 10. Don’t Worry Darling 9. Both Sides of the Blade 8. White Noise 7. Great Freedom 6. Anaïs in Love 5. One Fine Morning 4. Ambulance 3. Stars at Noon 2. Happening 1. Saint...


The BP Top Ten of 2021

This list was compiled from the individual top ten lists of Sarah, Rudie, Aaron, Jim, Scott, Tyler, and David. Each film was weighted according to its placement on each individual list. As such, a film that appeared on only two...


The Worst Movies of 2021

10. Karen 9. The Little Things 8. After We Fell 7. Antlers 6. Jolt 5. Zack Snyder’s Justice League 4. Red Notice 3. Malignant 2. Army of the Dead 1. Mortal Kombat


David’s Top Ten of 2021

10. The Green Knight (dir. David Lowery) 9. Spencer (dir. Pablo Larrain) 8. What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? (dir. Aleksandre Koberidze) 7. North by Current (dir. Angelo Madsen Minax) 6. The Worst Person in the...


Tyler’s Top Ten of 2021

10. Barb & Star go to Vista Del Mar (dir. Josh Greenbaum) 9. Nightmare Alley (dir. Guillermo Del Toro) 8. The Card Counter (dir. Paul Schrader) 7. The Power of the Dog (dir. Jane Campion) 6. The Worst Person in...


Jim’s Top Ten of 2021

If you were to ask me what my experience with film was in the last year, I would say “the best laid plans of mice and men often go astray.” At this point in 2021, I was furloughed from my...

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