The cinema returned this year, and these are GamesRadar+'s picks for the best movies of 2021.
Sir Anthony Hopkins won his second Oscar for this devastating portrait of an old man’s descent into dementia. It's a harrowing watch that rarely takes the camera away from his tortured features.
Uncompromising and uncomfortable (the stag-do scene is harrowing), Emerald Fennell's searing film debut follows a traumatised woman on a personal crusade against toxic masculinity.
The most immersive auditory experience of the year follows punk drummer Ruben Stone on a journey into Deaf culture, as he suddenly loses his hearing.
A zeitgeist-capturing tale of America’s new nomads, Frances McDormand pulls off another Oscar-winning star turn in a movie that's filled with non-actors playing themselves.
A twisting fantasy film that traverses stunning landscapes while artfully deconstructing the notion of the hero's journey.
2021's best movie offers huge spectacle with arthouse sensibility and soul. Dune wrestles with profound themes of colonialism amid slack-jawed sights of colossal sandworms.