Best films from the last 5 years

Started by -Oy-, June 08, 2022, 09:06:35 AM

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-Oy-

Which films from the last 5 years have you really enjoyed?

One which sticks in my mind was 1917. Awesome! Don't think I blinked!
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Michael Rolls

No Time to Die --- much better than the previous two Bond films
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GrannyMac

A Star is Born, The Green Book, Wild Rose
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zoony

I might be over-thinking this (been at it an hour now!) but I can't even decide on the first 3!

-Oy-

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

klondike

Quote from: zoony on June 08, 2022, 01:14:09 PMI might be over-thinking this (been at it an hour now!) but I can't even decide on the first 3!
You may be spoiled for choice but having checked my catalogue (although I may have seen more) I can't say many were outstanding. 1917 may have been the best for me too.

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1955vintage

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-Oy-

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

Jacqueline

The only two films I have seen in a cinema for 5 years,  Downton Abbey The Royal visit & Downton Abbey New Era.

Raven

We haven't been to the Cinema in years, so I've not seen any recent ones. But I do like the look of the latest Jurassic World "dominion" I have seen several clips on YouTube. It's due out later this month.

Michael Rolls

I've only been in a cinema once since we came up here - Niall and Liz, his partner, took me to see 'Mama Mia, here we go again not long after Veronica died to give me a break. Time before that Veronica and I went to see Gandhi, probably 25 (?) years ago? Perhaps more.
Mike
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Raven

It seems daft but as much as I like ABBA I could never get into that Mama Mia film.

1955vintage

If you can tolerate bad language,then I would include'The Gentleman' with  a sleazy Hugh Grant and marvellous Michelle Dockery.
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GrannyMac

Quote from: 1955vintage on June 08, 2022, 05:23:22 PMOperation Mincemeat.

I saw that with my grandson. Very well informed, caught the feeling of the time.
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klondike

I watched the documentary first which tallied well with the story I recall from the book I read on it years back. The film juiced things up a bit which, for me, didn't improve it.

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