June at the Movies

Goodbye June, you were a tonne of fun. 38 films later and boy am I in need of a lie down. After much deliberation Martin Zandvilet's Land of Mine has ousted Get Out from the top spot. Courtesy of the Sydney Film Festival screenings; I Am Not Your Negro, Call Me By Your Name and Happy End have entered the top 10. Other newcomers include 20th Century Women and Edgar Wright's Baby Driver.

Please check out my lists for January, February, March, April and May. If you agree or disagree with any of the films on my list, feel free to sound off in the comments or come over and play on our Facebook page.

- Stu

1. Land of Mine
2. Moonlight
3. Get Out
4. I am Not Your Negro
5. Call Me By Your Name
6. Baby Driver
7. Happy End
8. 20th Century Women 
9. The Salesmen 
10. Trip To Spain

Films watched this month:

20th Century Women
Hounds of Love
The Promise 
Ana, Mon Amour
The Ornithologist
Waiting for Giraffes
The Nile Hilton Incident
Whitney: Can I be Me
Taste of Cherry
My Year with Helen
Happy End
Ingrid Goes West
The Wall
The Hidden Fortress
Wonder Woman
I Am Not Your Negro
 Mifune: The Last Samurai
Abacus: Small Enough to Jail
On Body and Soul
Rough Night
Call Me By Your Name

God's Own Country 
It's Not Dark Yet
The Little Hours
The Farthest 
The Beguiled
All Eyez On Me
Transformers: The Last Knight
Baby Driver 
The Villainess


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