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The best, worst and most memorable movies of 2021

Original post made on Jan 6, 2022

It was the best of films, it was the worst of times. 2021 was a terrible year for humanity, but -- cold comfort though it may be -- a wonderful year for cinema (perversely, alas, not for cinemas).

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Posted by Native to the BAY
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Jan 6, 2022 at 7:28 pm

Native to the BAY is a registered user.

Wow! Beatles & Disney’s AKA Peter Jackson’s, “Get Back” was not even mentioned!? The COVID covered world and our United States, land of the depraved where “life liberty and the pursuit of ‘private property’ “ is oppressing so many just in Palo Alto alone... Some union !! On the anniversary of Jan 6 white riots — where anything ‘other’ feared our lives, signs of poverty and BLM posters in ginormous front yards spoke volumes . Need over greed, health over wealth! HNY COV-2022.


Posted by Bystander
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Jan 6, 2022 at 7:50 pm

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Disappointed to not see The Reluctant Convert listed. It was an excellend bio of CS Lewis.


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