Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorIt is that time of year where we are taking a look back at all the events that occurred in 2021. This week we are delving into Hollywood to list what we think are the best movies of the year. Although Covid did wreak havoc at the cinemas, it did not stop the good films from coming.
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