November 2017 Films Ranked

Another month down, another ranked list. I saw 16 films released in November and, for the most part, it was a great month for movies. The only major release I missed that I wanted to catch was “Wonder,” especially after hearing such solid buzz. Still, November was filled with strong awards contenders so let’s get started with the list!

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What’s New In Theaters (11/3/17): “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Lady Bird,” and More…

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Hey, everybody! We have five new releases this weekend and I thought it would be fun to do a quick rundown of each film. In wide release, we have the latest Marvel Studios film, “Thor: Ragnarok,” the holiday-themed R-rated sequel, “A Bad Moms Christmas,” and Rob Reiner’s new biopic, “LBJ.” In limited release, Richard Linklater’s back with “Last Flag Flying” and A24 finally releases Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut, “Lady Bird.” So let’s get right to it!

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NYFF55 Reviews: “Call Me By Your Name,” “Lady Bird,” “Wonderstruck,” “Blade Runner 2049”

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Time to continue on with the NYFF reviews! Got to revisit a couple of my favorite films of the year with Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name” and Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird.” I’ll also be reviewing Todd Haynes’s “Wonderstruck” while also delving into this weekend’s new release from Denis Villeneuve, “Blade Runner 2049.” Ready to go!

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Recap of TIFF 2017!

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So it’s been a week since the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival has come to a close. It was a wild ride, but I got to see a lot of truly remarkable films, some surprising gems, and yes, some piles of trash. So I just wanted to take the time to do a recap of the festival and talk about the best and the worst that TIFF had to offer this year. Here we go!

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TIFF 2017 Day 2: “The Breadwinner,” “Outside In,” “Lady Bird”

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Day 2 has begun. I didn’t have quite as busy of a day today having only seen three films, but all three have female directors are very much so worth discussing. We have Nora Twomey’s “The Breadwinner,” Lynn Shelton’s “Outside In,” and Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut, “Lady Bird.”

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