Films of 2021

Here are all the films I’ve watched this year. My film-related goals of the year include watching 52 Films by Women (both films directed by and written by women) which would be my sixth year of completing this challenge, and to make an effort to watch my Clint Eastwood and Alfred Hitchcock boxsets. You can find out more about what I’m watching on my Twitter or Letterboxd – I sometimes write a couple of lines of my thoughts of a film on Twitter/Letterboxd rather than writing a full review here.

Without further ado, here’s what I’ve watched in 2021! Film titles in bold are films I saw at the cinema (if/when they’re open again) and films with an asterisk are rewatches. Any title with a hyperlink goes to its review – whether that’s here on my blog or on JumpCut Online which I contribute to.

January:
– Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)
Take the Ball, Pass the Ball (2018)
– Los secretos de La Roja – Campeones del mundo (2020)
– Fernando Torres: The Unexpected Hero (2020)
– Andrés Iniesta: The Unexpected Hero (2020)
– The Beguiled (2017)
– The Secret of Kells (2009)
– Epic (2013)
– We Can Be Heroes (2020)
– The Way I See It (2020)
The Untouchables (1987)
– One Man and His Shoes (2020)
Over the Moon (2020)
– Time (2020)
– The Vast of Night (2019)
– Outside the Wire (2021)
– Collateral (2004)

Number of different films watched: 17

2 comments

  1. The Vast of Night was one of my favorite watches of last year – it definitely deserves more attention. I also loved Over the Moon.

    So far this year a few of my new to me favorites have been The Seventh Seal (1957), Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936), Footlight Parade (1933), Weathering with You (2019), and Brief Encounter (1945).

    1. I was pretty impressed with The Vast of Night – knew nothing about it going into it which was fun.

      Ooh I liked The Seventh Seal a lot! I need to make an effort to watch more older films – there’s just so many out there!

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