• The Favourite

    The Favourite

    Take a dream cast and an original screenplay and let the masterpiece run out.

  • Django Unchained

    Django Unchained

    When Tarantino rewrites history, it's nothing short of magic.

  • Us

    Us

    N'yongo further proves she's one of the best actors in Hollywood and Peele proves he's not a one-hit wonder. Letting the audience try and understand what a film means doesn't work if Peele isn't really sure what it means either.

  • The Irishman

    The Irishman

    There's no doubt it's a beautifully well-crafted film, with stellar performances all around - De Niro, Pesci, Romano, Pacino - but the runtime ultimately takes the mob out itself.

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    A love letter to the city of stars, Tarantino is nothing short of his brilliance bringing the tragedy of Sharon Tate's life into a dramatic comedy that tells history in the way it should have happened.

  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird

    ★★★★★

    Gerwig's directorial debut is nothing short of fantastic. And with Ronan and Metcalf's duo performance, I think every parent and child see theirselves in both of them.

  • Midsommar

    Midsommar

    Visually stunning and with jaw-dropping cinematography, Midsommar takes you into a journey of a real-life different culture. The world-building is quite unique, but you can't help but saying "that's it?" when the credits roll. There's no doubt Pugh is on her way to super-stardom.

  • Joker

    Joker

    There's nothing dull about Phoenix's performance, which is the glue that keeps the film together. But for a film about how the 99 percent are sick of the power that the 1 percent holds and how people with mental health issues aren't taken seriously, it's certainly surface-level.

  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit

    ★★★½

    Waititi's direction sure is a once in a blue moon effort. The performances across the board are wildly entertaining. Davis and Johansson steal the spotlight in their twisted yet charming household. Where the film ultimately falls flat is the unexplained holes in the script.

  • Knives Out

    Knives Out

    Johnson's approach to the whodunit mystery is playfully well thought out and executed, and with the amazing cast to back it up, it becomes the ultimate popcorn flick.

  • Parasite

    Parasite

    ★★★★★

    It's nothing short of a fantastic achievement by Bong Joon Ho, who creates the charming yet heartbreaking story of the cruel reality of classism across the globe.

  • Little Women

    Little Women

    ★★★★½

    Gerwig takes a classic story with a unique approach. Unlike the handful of film adaptions before it, the one-of-a-kind way of Gerwig's storytelling makes the March family your own family.