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    A poll that consisted of 140 critics voted for what they believed were the best with Us, The Souvenir, and Booksmart holding the top three spots with one vote separating them.

    1. Us (41 votes)
    2. The Souvenir (40)
    2. Booksmart (40)
    4. Long Day’s Journey Into Night 3D (33)
    5. High Life (32)
    6. Transit (26)
    7. The Last Black Man in San Francisco (24)
    7. Apollo 11 (23)
    9. Ash is Purest White (20)
    10. Avengers: Endgame (19)
    11. Her Smell (18)
    12. Gloria Bell (17)
    12. Birds of Passage (17)
    14. Climax (16)
    14. Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story (16)
    16. Dragged Across Concrete (15)
    16. Toy Story 4 (15)
    18. High Flying Bird (13)
    19. An Elephant Sitting Still (12)
    20. Under the Silver Lake (12)
    21. Non-Fiction (11)
    21 3 Faces (11)
    21. Diane (11)
    24. Amazing Grace (9)
    24. Rocketman (9)
    26. The Image Book (8)
    26. John Wick – Chapter 3: Parabellum (8)
    28. Long Shot (6)
    28. Shadow (6)
    28. Woman At War (6)

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    I’m glad The Souvenir was remembered. It’s utterly captivating and splendid on every level. Should have honestly topped that list. I’m hoping against hope that it’ll get some traction during the awards season.

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    EsOS
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    I really want to see The Souvenir and Diane!
    Also the 12 critics who voted for Under the Silver Lake should be put in jail.

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Darlings, this list is offensive. “Us” best film of the year? I have to laugh. It is painful to watch, even though isn’t as racist as Get Out.

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    Chimichanggas
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    Darlings, this list is offensive. “Us” best film of the year? I have to laugh. It is painful to watch, even though isn’t as racist as Get Out.

    Even though Us is not as good as Get Out, it is still a Jordan Peele instant classic. No one could argue with that. As for the best film of the year? Nope. But one of the best films? Undoubtedly yes.

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    Weak year so far

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    EsOS
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    No one:
    Me: Here’s how I rank the films I’ve seen from this list

    1) Booksmart
    2) Gloria Bell
    3) Us
    4) Rocketman
    5) High Life
    6) Long Shot
    7) Her Smell
    8) Under the Silver Lake

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Rubbish, rubbish and more rubbish.

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    AMG
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    Darlings, this list is offensive. “Us” best film of the year? I have to laugh. It is painful to watch, even though isn’t as racist as Get Out.

    The film itself isn’t racist.

    It’s showing racism.

    There’s a COLOSSAL difference.

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    The film itself isn’t racist. It’s showing racism. There’s a COLOSSAL difference.

    Darling, don’t even try. I consider it two racist movies, even though “Us” is not as racist as the colossal rubbish that was “Get Out”.

    I’m the Prime Minister of this website. Respect my opinion.

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