Top Five Movies of 2010s

New Warhorn Media post by Nathan Alberson:

I will fire it up here in a few minutes, but I’m expecting Tarantino to feature prominently. Lots of “glorious expression given to perfectly righteous rage,” to quote our collective favorite movie reviewer quoting polite society’s favorite universalist.


I 100% agree on Lincoln. It surprised me. I also appreciate that it didn’t descend into hagiography, which I expected. It treated politics as dirty and ugly, with Lincoln as a master at it. He didn’t just “learn” to bribe and such at that moment of Congressional history. He knew how to do it because he had practiced a lot.

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