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AwardsCircuit.com

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/4
2
4/4
3
3/4
Sweet Thing (2020)
4
5
3.5/4
Falling (2020)
6
3.5/4
Asia (2020)
7
2.5/4
8
3/4
Bull (2020)
9
3.5/4
Pray Away (2020)
10
3/4
Lorelei (2020)
11
2.5/4
Una (2017)
12
2.5/4
13
14
1.5/4
Lovesick (2014)
15
3/4
16
1.5/4
Holy Motors (2012)
17
3/4
18
4/4
19
20
3/4
21
3.5/4
Onward (2020)
22
3.5/4
23
4/4
The Way Back (2020)
24
3.5/4
Wendy (2020)
25
2.5/4
Emma. (2020)
26
3/4
27
3/4
28
2.5/4
Fan Girl (2015)
29
1/4
30
4/4
31
4/4
Minari (2020)
32
3.5/4
33
3/4
34
2/4
35
3/4
36
3/4
Little Women (2019)
Greta Gerwig's Little Women is mostly lovely and a decent interpretation for a new generation of girls and boys to discover Alcott's world.
Posted Dec 31, 2019
37
3/4
Togo (2019)
"Togo" features some genuinely exciting and tense sequences. Director and Cinematographer Ericson Core certainly knows how to stage a journey through the snow.
Posted Dec 30, 2019
38
2/4
Bombshell (2019)
Bombshell settles for being voyeuristic when it could have been smart and powerful. It is a missed opportunity.
Posted Dec 26, 2019
39
2/4
Mob Town (2019)
The most frustrating aspect is the film's final act. The movie took its time mounting Croswell's case only to rush the finale.
Posted Dec 12, 2019
40
3/4
41
3.5/4
When High Flying Bird works, it is masterful. It should remind audiences why Steven Soderbergh remains a must-watch director every time out.
Posted Dec 10, 2019
42
3/4
43
3/4
Lady and the Tramp doesn't need to exist any more than any other Disney live-action (or photoreal) remake does. But if they are going to make them anyway, it would be nice if more of them would do what this one does.
Posted Nov 30, 2019
44
3.5/4
A welcome respite from the decreasing quality of Clint Eastwood's recent filmography.
Posted Nov 30, 2019
45
3/4
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's film absolutely nails the isolating feeling of being a traveler in a foreign land. This insular, introspective drama speaks in universal profundities.
Posted Nov 29, 2019
46
3/4
Proxima (2019)
Director Alice Winocour delivers nuanced, profound commentary, co-mingling concepts on identity, motherhood and the pursuit of heroism.
Posted Nov 27, 2019
47
4/4
Waves (2019)
48
3/4
49
3/4
Monos (2019)
50
3/4