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A feel-good, must-see film, Always Be My Maybe soars above the rest of the romcom genre due to engaging leads, smart writing, excellent pacing, and a lot of heart.
Wild, endearing, current, and heartfelt, Booksmart is one of the best comedies to be released in recent memory. With an exceptionally impressive ensemble — including a hilarious Billie Lourd — and a solidly built narrative, the film is the high school comedy that 2019 needed.
The Seventh Seal is a riveting, expertly-filmed, beautifully-written, and wildly intelligent exploration of Catholic and apocalyptic anxiety. Its existential dread and its haunting questions of purpose and the presence of God still feel real and as relevant today. The misogyny demonstrated throughout the film, however does not age well, and is an unfortunate product of both the time of the film's release and the age it seeks to portray. One could argue that the misogyny is intended to show the savagery of men, their sinful nature, and that Bergman was calling out this cruel reality.