Rudie’s Top Ten Films of 2022

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  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    I don’t think it’s “usually” that. The “Three Amigos” of Mexican cinema haven’t done that, nor has Andre Ovredal. I can’t be sure about all of Lasse Hallstrom’s films, but I don’t think he qualifies either. Park Chan Wook’s Stoker wasn’t that, nor was Leone’s Once Upon a Time in America. There was a huge wave of European directors who came over after the rise of Hitler, and they’re best known for making noirs.

    As for the merits of Bones & All, I thought it should have ended soon after Chloe Sevigne’s scene.

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