Movies: a Harry Potter reunion, a curio from Vancouver 40 years ago, and my picks for best of 2021

I found my 10 best list today. You can Google “just look at Canada” to see who’s downloading or try some of these. Vancity Theater showcases the best selection, two of which fit my list, and The Cinematheque commemorates the work of Indian artist Satyajit Ray. This year marks the 100th anniversary of his birth. The theater shows his praise Apu Trilogy, which Martin Scorsese said was “one of the biggest movie events of my life.”

Or are these …

Harry Potter’s special reunion: 4 stars

From Blue: 3

Drinking water: 3½

Book of Fett: 4

Best of 2021: (variety)

HARRY POTTER ANIVERSARY 20TH: Return to HOGWARTS: What he did for the first time: I was shocked to think that it has now been 20 years since the first film. Second: it is not surprising that HBO MAX will make such a special deal after this great success of My friends reuniting what they have already given us. Third: The film is fun and entertaining. Even skeptics can enjoy the background stories they provide, such as the “making” part of many DVD movies. Fans will enjoy all of that as well as the great ideas that come with the many movies, backgrounds and experimental tapes.

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The producers brought many of the actors to share their experiences, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson, of course, remembering that they were just kids, and playing together on the first film, bonding as close friends as seven. some were made. He admits to occasional doubts if he will continue. Emma was amazed at the impact of fame on her life. Other players tell the story: Helena Bonham Carter (very happy), Robbie Coltrane, Ralph Fiennes, whose daughter insisted on not playing Voldemart, Jason Isaacs, Gary Oldman, Tom Felton, and others. Also the directors, starting with Chris Columbus, light and friendly, then some who were brought in when the films went dark. We learn a lot. How to make Quidditch, for example, a game that does not exist. Who broke a rib in battle. Rupert’s first dance “with a lady,” Maggie Smith remains. The consequences of all these memories, theirs and ours, are real. (On CRAVE, from Jan. 1). 4 of 5

FROM THE BLUE: You have another chance to find this lost but lost film that Dennis Hopper made in Vancouver in 1980 and critics like Roger Ebert declared it a masterpiece. I will not go there because it is so difficult to describe the life of a rebellious teenager so that sometimes it is unpleasant to watch. But it replaces punk music in the city at the time and features a very good Linda Manz drama. He’s a rooster, self-reliant on the outside; insecure and insecure on the inside.

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Hopper plays his father, from several years in prison, and Sharon Farrell plays his mother, who works in low-cost jobs and provides information such as, there are two types of men, wild and aid workers. Manz loves men even though he can’t find a good job and he has a secret. He’s the one we see most of the time, probably in punk games. Straight Sticks sings two songs at a time, fun in their own right. Jim Byrnes performed at the party and Tom Lavin co-sponsored the music. It is a capsule of time and has a history. Hopper, who followed Easy Rider and dud Final Video then 10 years outside of the business he was hired to participate in a Canadian film and eventually re-recorded and directed. For him, it’s about families ending. Manz is showing results, I love one minute, and releasing the punk results for the next. Idealism paves the way for nihilism. (Playing Thursday at The Polygon Gallery, south of Lonsdale in North Van. RSVP. 3 out of 5

DRINKS: This was just mentioned as a favorite of the Whistler Film Festival, both in the theater and on the internet. You do not have to download it today from there or wait until it returns before you can save it regularly. It is a guarantee to do so. It’s fun too, very Canadian. Better yet, it has some sweet and unpleasant jokes.

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It has been set up at Penticton where Mike Drinkwater (easily played with style by Daniel Doheny) may not seem to agree. high school, beautiful, and all that. Also, he has already been described as a proud jock whose father drives a car dealership. Mike’s father (Eric McCormack) is living at home stealing from an insurance company and committing an occupational injury. Mike moves twice: he volunteered for the student council and prepared for the marathon race in hopes of winning the jock that he prides himself on winning. Unpleasant images are humorous, conversations are fictional (“At least we’re not the ones who are driven by big drugs,” tell the American Americans who come in) and Canadian ideas abound: Tim Hortons, Witnesses, and songs by Loverboy, Trooper, Doug and Slugs, Corey Hart and many others. Montreal-born Stephen S. Campanelli but who went to Hollywood straightened out. (WFF Website3½ out of 5

BOOK BOBA FETT: No surprises, after all The Mandalorian it was such a big hit that Disney released another one Star Wars list. Good hunter Boba Fett is now. He was already popular with his short stature in films and was able to expand the series of seven episodes. The sessions only take 40 minutes, but the productions are huge. The same goes for action. There are fights with the guards, the sand creatures and the boys with bright shields. There isn’t even any discussion for up to 12 minutes in the first session.

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Temeura Morrison as Boba and Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand arrive in the desert city (visible in the Middle East) to “preserve” (create, seize) the “kingdom” of Jabba the Hutt. The Jennifer Beals actress welcomes him and is determined to rule with dignity, not fear. A very busy tour (of such a short video) is coming and will delight fans, though Star Wars The saga is very long and continuous. Jon Favreau created and compiled the series and Robert Rodriguez directed this. Morrison looks very good going forward. (Disney +) 4 out of 5

GOOD 2021: Of all the challenges to the film this year, there have been some of the best films. I was not able to keep my list up to 10 even though I did not include strong opponents, e.g. Run and Cyrano. I AMAside from the short celebrity dramas, they have never been here. And thinking back to the early months, movies like Nomadland, Minari and Judas is the Black Messiah it’s about this year but I feel a lot earlier.

By default, I have compiled this list:

SUMMER OF SOUL: The best music, the rediscover film from 1969 and the dramatic change brought the film which gave me more joy than this year. Just watch Mahalia Jackson and Mavis Staples do an amazing duet and you will be busy. In addition to the slow back, the upcoming politics of black Americans.

LICORICE PIZZA: This beauty shows a little love growing up despite the critics and hucksters of Los Angeles. Beautiful, two new theater stars and written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson with a sense of humor and compassion and ingenuity.

THE PROBLEM OF MACBETH: Tersely portrayed in black and white by Joel half of the two Coen, the film puts new energy into Scottish drama and allows Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, Brendan Gleeson and others to do wonders with words.

POWER OF THE DOG: Benedict Cumberbatch becomes an American cattle herder and rescuer. He is toxic and then no, making adjustments effortlessly. Jane Campion’s video confuses some of the content of the book but it is very appealing.

WRITING BY FIRE: A celebration of journalism under extreme pressure, the film features the bold reports of women in India who are also dalits (unaffected). Watch them fight the mighty. Also, since the beginning of this year, there has been a story of fearless journalism that has been tragic. DOWNLOAD is reviewing the story of Jamal Khashoggi, author of Washington Post who was killed at the Saudi embassy in Istanbul, Turkey. This is a very serious matter and provides compelling evidence of why he died and why.

DRIVE MY CAR: This fascinating and moving film from Japan is following the lead director to lead Chekhov’s show Uncle Vanya and he shows exactly what he means when he says that Chekhov “draws you real.”

COVER SUBJECT: Nearly but not exactly the same as the 1961 genre, Steven Spielberg took this great and inspiring, fun and entertaining song. And Latinos play Latinos this time.

BELFAST: Family love survives the conflict, turmoil and violence of the “problem” growing up in Northern Ireland in a film by Kenneth Branagh filming his memories of growing up there at the time. He has a warm heart and a lot of people. Nine-year-old Buddy (Jude Hill) is best known for Jamie Dornan, Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench and Ciarán Hinds.

MARIA CHAPDELAINE: It is my favorite Canadian film of the year because, well, it is a Canadian film about pioneer life in Quebec. Life in remote areas is characterized by strenuous activity, hurricanes that make travel difficult and the desire of visitors to feel uncooperative. And, there is a love story in the middle.

ANIMALS ONLY: This is from France and reveals the secret of a missing woman. Through various relationships with him as many people claim, we become very busy. It’s a very clever picture.

SAVING: You know the story, 12 boys and their football coach were rescued from a cave that overflowed in Thailand. But it’s amazing how effective and complex it is in this script that uses a bit of editing and visual effects to make the play stand out.

THEIR RETURN: We now have the annual Reconciliation Day to address the shame of our national school. These records show how it started, such as the Orange Shirt Day at Williams Lake. It allows Phyllis Jack-Webstad of Secwépemc Nation to relate her experiences at the school she attended at the age of six. With its dying nature and salmon dwindling, it is a very encouraging story.

GUNDA: For more information, watch the film written by a former Russian director of pigs. He alone with his garbage, no people, a few cows and a one-legged chicken, but there is a high drama when he feeds them and later because of frustration and confusion. This is an amazing movie.

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