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six Us(Universal),Midsommar(A24) andDoctor Sleep(Warner Bros). A trio of intelligent, beautifully made


and creepy-as-hell horror movies. Made by some of the genre’s finest filmmakers (Jordan Peele, Ari Aster and Mike Flanagan, respectively), these give viewers something to think about as well as the requisite goosebumps.


The Peanut Butter Falcon(Roadside Kanarie (Breaking Glass). Made in 2018 but


not released in the U.S. until this year, I was very impressed by this South African coming-of-age war musical (you read that right). It also includes a gay romance and a lead character who channels 1980s pop stars such as Madonna, Boy George and my personal favorite, Kate Bush.


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Attractions) andThe Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot(Epic Pictures). Two quirky but thoroughly enjoyable and even touching movies graced by fine performances. As previously mentioned, Shia LaBeouf and newcomer Zack Gottsagen make a memorable duo in the first. Sam Elliott, a first-time Oscar nominee last year for his turn inA Star is Born, is perfectly laconic as the title character of the second, decidedly fantastical tale.


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By the Grace of God(Music Box Films). Gay filmmaker Francois Ozon’s galvanizing


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expose of France’s crisis of sexual abuse of children by Roman Catholic priests. Similar to the American, 2015 Oscar winnerSpotlight but more admirably from the victims’ perspective.


the worst of 2019 In no particular order of dishonor:


The Skin of the Teeth, Joker, Annabelle Comes Home, Groupersand High Life


Rocketman (Paramount) and Judy (Roadside Attractions). A


pair of terrific musical biographies. I discussedJudy above but Rocketman is an equally great and definitely more fun look at the life of out singer Elton John. I would love to see Taron Egerton nominated as Best Actor for his impersonation of Sir Elton.


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RAGE monthly | December 2019


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