Ryan Reynolds and Jodie Comer in “Free Guy” (2021, 20th Century Studios/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

Scarlett Johansson in “Black Widow” (2021, Marvel Studios/Disney+/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

Noah Jupe, Millicent Simmonds, and Emily Blunt in “A Quiet Place Part II” (2021, Paramount Pictures/Platinum Dunes)

Once Chaos Walking properly starts and introduces “The Noise,” it rapidly becomes an annoyance

Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley in “Chaos Walking” (2021, Lionsgate)

Its action sequences will keep viewers on their toes.

Hiroyuki Sanada in “Mortal Kombat” (2021, Warner Bros. Pictures/New Line Cinema/Atomic Monster Productions/HBO Max)

Zack Snyder’s Justice League fully resurrects ZSnyder’s artistic vision as one of the most daring filmmakers of our time.

Ray Fisher, Èzra Miller, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot and Jason Momoa in “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” (2021, HBO Max/Warner Bros. Pictures/Access Entertainment/DC Comics)

While many aspects are underwritten, WandaVision is still hugely entertaining, thanks to its masterful performances.

Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in “WandaVision” (2021, Disney+/Marvel Studios)

Music furthers the proof that Hollywood does not care about proper autistic representation

Maddie Ziegler in “Music” (2021, Vertical Entertainment/Warner Music Entertainment/Pineapple Lasagne Productions)

Zendaya and John David Washington in “Malcolm & Marie” (2021, Netflix)

Minari succeeds at telling a brilliant, awe-inspiring story of how our commitment can lead to great success and a better quality of life.

Alan S. Kim in “Minari” (2021, A24/Plan B)

Maxance Vincent

I currently study film and rant, from time to time, on provincial politics.

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