Ten More 2021 Movies Summarised in Ten Words Each

We’ve got movies again!

It seems that due to the recent extended lockdowns down under, digital access to blockbuster theatre-only movies has been accelerating of late. It’s not the same speed for every studio – at the time of writing it still looks like we’re a way off from digital releases for Shang Chi, No Time to Die and Venom 2 – but given I didn’t even get to 20 new movies last year, I’ll definitely take this scenario. So here’s the second half of that 20, real quick-like:

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A Quiet Place Part II

In just 90 minutes, brutally wraps up the first one.”

Minari

Slowburning emotional decathlon gives way to waterworksinducing catharsis.”

Wrath of Man

Seems simple until it’s performing violent revengeflavoured time gymnastics.”

In the Heights

Sustained audiovisual flexing from start to finish + some fun changes.”

Luca

The most powerfully wholesome movie in years, but starts sluggishly.”

Fast & Furious 9: The Fast Saga

Better than the first four, worse than the other four.”

The Suicide Squad

James Gunn runs amokfor (mostly) better and (occasionally) worse.”

Vacation Friends

Finally convinced me that I’m biased towards weird holiday comedies.”

Free Guy

A videogame movie that understands videogames?! Way better than expected.”

The Guilty

Gylenhaal dominates this harrowingbottle moviewith a meek ending.”

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