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AFI Picks the Best Film & TV of 2020

The American Film Institute announced their top 10 films & tv shows of the year, with streaming taking the lead. Read the full list here.

2020 was a weird year. Gone were the days of buying a movie ticket three months in advance, reserving the perfect seat, posting quick thoughts on Twitter, and forgetting about the film until awards season. Instead, much of the world found themselves in front of their screen of choice and making an event out of a new release at home.

Today, the American Film Institute (also known as AFI)โ€ฆ


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Green Room (2015) dir. Jeremy Saulnier

โ€œTell somebody who gives a shit.โ€

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On the Rocks


Siraj & Aaron discuss On the Rocks (2020).Directed by Sofia Coppola, starring Bill Murray & Rashida Jones, with Marlon Wayans, Jessica Henwick, and Jenny Slate.A young mother reconnects with her larger-than-life playboy father on an adventure through New York.


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midsommar (2019) - ari aster / please - little green cars / for her - fiona apple / hundred eyes - fka twigs / pagan poetry - bjรถrk

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The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019)

Joe Talbot

USA ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

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A24 is the hit-making film company which never seems to miss.ย  Theyโ€™ve brought us stuff like Lady Bird, Midsommar, Uncut Gems, Eighth Grade, Hereditaryโ€ฆโ€ฆโ€ฆ Spring Breakers?ย  Anyway,

The Safdie Brothers, who were responsible for the absolutely stress-inducing Uncut Gems, served up this off-the-wall crime movie a couple years prior.ย  You get to see the shades of style that would later make it into Uncut Gems, too.

As usual, spoilers abound.

Robert Pattinson plays this lowlife degenerate dude who robs a bank with his brother (played by Benny Safdie himself) who has a mental illness.ย  From there, we see absolute chaos ensue as they go on the run.ย  When his brother gets thrown in the clink, the absolute hare-brained schemes that he comes up with are simply way too entertaining to pass up.

Robert Pattinson is perfect in this role, and I never thought he had it in him because I always saw him as more of the Twilight guy.

Likewise, the film language that the Safdie brothers use give this film a very distinctlyย โ€œthemโ€ feel - all the long pan-outs, the slow-burn moments, the crazy, hectic moments, stressed out dialogue and those moments where youโ€™re feeling like youโ€™re having a meltdown while watching the movieโ€ฆ all flow here together really well.ย  It makes you wonder just whatโ€™s going to happen next.

The filmโ€™s ending is something Iโ€™m still chewing over.ย  We get a shot of Nikolas in a special education class, but as the camera lingers, thereโ€™s a lot going on in his face that we have to decipher.ย  Is he thinking about his brother?ย  Does he think heโ€™s better or worse off with his brother in jail?ย  Does it force us to think about the situations of nature vs. nurture and how you canโ€™t ever really judge a book by its cover?ย  I think Iโ€™ll have to sit with that for a few days to really make up my mind about the filmโ€™s ending.

Overall, I liked the movie, and I think Iโ€™m gonna keep working backwards in the Safdie catalog.

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.: The Green Knight Movie Poster

A fantasy re-telling of the medieval story of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.

Pickup this print from my Etsy shop

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I really liked to draw them

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The Lighthouse (2019) dir. Robert Eggers

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Look at me, still waiting to watch the Green Knight. Time to put on my clown shoes. ๐Ÿคกย 

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