It’s a 6-way battle royale between a bunch of noble-chinned, handsome white guys who have all worn rubber pants to work. Who will be victorious?
What came out this year, anyway? I pulled all the data I could dig up on films released during the year that changed everything, including movie-watching. The result is both a new release wall, of sorts, and some insight into the streaming services themselves.
Battle of the hipster mid-90s naval-gazers: who will come out on top?
In which the Midnight Data Squad systematically ranks hundreds of dance films: a nerdy, data analysis version of dancing out our feelings.
Battle of the hard-working A-list leading ladies: who will strut to victory?
In which the Midnight Data Department gathers and ranks the 50 best movies about people stuck at home. Warning: silliness and psychosis ahead.
In which the Midnight Analytics team tackles a major post-apocalyptic dystopia film ranking project to fend of apocalyptic angst.
Romeo vs. the original manic pixie dream girl. In the end, only one will prevail.
There can only be one winner.
When you consider what was good, what was popular, and what was important all together – which 50 films rise to the top?
A round-up of December holiday-adjacent movies, for the seasonal cinema-lover.