9 Best Reviewed Films 2021 – The Film Magazine

6. Titane – 23/24

“With two films, Julia Ducournau has proven herself a standout auteur with imagination and a wicked sense of humour. Her stories and her imagery provoke a primal, visceral reaction from the viewer, who may find themselves reeling from nausea one moment only to have to hold back tears or cathartic laughter the next.” – Sam Sewell-Peterson

Titane Review

5. Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché – 24/24

“The efforts of Celeste Bell and Paul Sng to continue a legacy thrust upon them cruelly and too soon is a distinctive, timeless piece of work, and a gift to all those who feel connected to Poly’s profoundly intelligent writing or daring, era-defining music.” – Leoni Horton

Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché Review

4. Promising Young Woman – 24/24

“Given the extent to which Promising Young Woman asks its audience to confront their beliefs and behaviour, the film will be a complicated watch for many. Yet, like it or not, it’s time we bring this conversation into the mainstream. Sexual assault doesn’t just happen to women as conventionally attractive as Margot Robbie; it’s an issue anyone can come into contact with. Let this film act as a means to silence dismissive voices and teach the importance of believing women.” – Leoni Horton

Promising Young Woman Review

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