Our favorite movies of 2021

Our favorite movies of 2021

The year is drawing to a close, and it’s time for our best cinema in 2021. See below for our favorite movies, both in cinema and streaming.

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Foreign

1. The Last Duel, by Ridley Scott (USA) – coming soon on pay per view

2. Attack of the Dogs, by Jane Campion (USA) – Netflix

3. Duna, by Denis Villeneuve (EUA) – HBO Max

Jodie Comeer Not Epic or Last Duel by Ridley Scott

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4. Revenge and Punishment, by James Samuel (USA) – Netflix

5. Sharan, by Sean Durkin (UK, Canada) – Amazon

6. A Chorona, by Jairo Bustamante (Guatemala) – Pay Per View

7. Meow Pie, by Florian Zeller (UK) – Pay Per View

Olivia Colman and Anthony Hopkins in the drama My Father

Olivia Colman and Anthony Hopkins in the play My Father

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8. The Legend of Candyman by Nia Dacosta (USA) – Pay Per View

9. A Noit do Fogo, by Tatiana Huejo (Mexico) – in theaters

10. Beauty and the Dogs, by couther Ben Haniya (Tunisia) – Mubik

brazilian

1. Marighella, by Wagner Moura – Globoplay

2. Um Animal Amarello, by Felipe Braganca – Pay Per View

3. Deserto Exclusively, by Eli Muritiba – in theaters

4. Madalena, by Madiano Marchetti – Number of Cinemas

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A Noit do Fogo, by Tatiana Huejo (Mexico) – in theaters
A Chorona, by Jairo Bustamante (Guatemala) – Pay Per View
Attack of the Dogs, by Jane Campion (USA) – Netflix
Nomadland, by Chloe Zhao (EUA) – Pay Per View
Druck – Another Round, by Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark) – Pay Per View

Mads Mikkelsen in Druk - Another Round, by Thomas Winterberg

Mads Mikkelsen in Druk – Another Round, by Thomas Winterberg

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Bella Winganka by Emerald Fennel (UK/USA) – Pay Per View
Duna, Denis Villeneuve – HBO Max
In the Rhythm of the Heart by Sean Heder (USA) – Pay Per View
The Hand of God, by Paolo Sorrentino (Italy) – Netflix

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About the author: Will Smith

Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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