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The Master is incredibly sophisticated in its screenplay and performances, but becomes increasingly easy to disengage with.
The Social Network is a brilliant study of Zuckerberg's actions and decisions during the early years of Facebook, and it makes for a pretty good story of friendship, betrayal, and jealousy.
Midsommar is an extremely well-crafted film by Aster and outstandingly performed film by Pugh, successfully giving audiences a severely disturbing experience filled with loads of symbolism and themes.
Nightcrawler is unprecedentedly uncomfortable, yet provides a necessary look at the media's pursuit for a story and adds another excellent performance to Gyllenhaal's repertoire.
Manchester by the Sea is a blunt yet heart-piercing drama that displays and develops a plethora of themes, especially those surrounding family, grief, and forgiveness.