Sunday, January 14, 2024

Best of 2023: Top 10 Films of the Year

 

We've come to the end of another fantastic year at the movies. And as I look back on the year's best films, it's clear that filmmakers around the world had big, important statements to make. Even at their most fantastical, these films forced us to lean in and contemplate society's ills. The year's most talked about movie event was the Barbenheimer double bill, and their themes of female self-actualization and genocidal violence permeated throughout many of the year’s best films. Read below to find out which eight other films joined them in my Top 10 of 2023.



10. Anatomy of a Fall
(directed by Justine Triet)
"Courtroom dramas rely on equally captivating supporting players and "Anatomy of a Fall" certainly fits the bill with an incredible ensemble."


9. Barbie
(directed by Greta Gerwig)

 

8. Killers of the Flower Moon
(directed by Martin Scorsese)

 

7. Poor Things
(directed by Yorgos Lanthimos)

"Weird, provocative, funny and ultimately, surprisingly sweet."


6. Four Daughters
(directed by Kaouther Ben Hania)

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