“Film About A Father Who” Featured on Best of 2021 – Roger Ebert Editor’s Selects

The Individual Top Tens of 2021
The Editors 
December 15, 2021

Yesterday, we released the RogerEbert.com consensus Top Ten Films of 2021, led by Jane Campion‘s “The Power of the Dog.” Today, we dig deeper, presenting you with all submitted lists from our brilliant critics and independent contributors. There are over 200 films cited below as among the best of 2021, displaying both the diversity in quality at the cinema this year and the unique voices that cover it for our site. It’s a huge collection of lists but it should give you an overall picture of the year in film, complete with dozens of links back to our reviews. Enjoy.

1. “The Velvet Underground
2. “Summer of Soul”
3. “Procession”
4. “Drive My Car”
5. “The French Dispatch
6. “The Power of the Dog”
7. “Titane
8. “The Harder They Fall
9. “The Last Duel
10. “Holler
Runners-Up: “17 Blocks,” “Annette,” “Azor,” “A Cop Movie,” “A Film About a Father Who,” “Godzilla vs Kong,” “The Humans,” “Mass,” “M.C. Escher: Journey to Infinity,” “The Night,” “Pig,” “Riders of Justice,” “Wild Indian,” “Wrath of Man,” “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” and “Zola

1. “Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream”
2. “State Funeral
3. “Wojnarowciz: F*ck You F*ggot F**ker”
4. “The Disciple
5. “This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection”
6. “Days
7. “Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy
8. “The French Dispatch”
9. “Film About a Father Who”
10. “A Shape of Things to Come”

Some honorable mentions (more here): “Ailey“; “Azor”; “Devil Between the Legs”; “Eyimofe (This is My Desire)”; “The Fever“; “The Hand of God“; “In Balanchine’s Classroom”; “Karen Dalton: In My Own Time”; “Labyrinth of Cinema“; “Some Kind of Heaven“.