Kimi - Soderbergh thriller, I liked it a lot. Wears its influences on its sleeve (Rear Window, '70s paranoid thrillers, maybe Blow Up/Blow Out too) but shuffles them together in interesting ways. I don't generally feel a need for movies to address the pandemic, but this did so in novel ways. Good cast, nice and tight at 90 minutes flat.
The Northman - not terrible but it felt pretty generic to me, despite the occasional efforts of Nicole Kidman, Willem Dafoe, and Bjork.
RRR - an Indian actiony movie on Netflix that people were raving about. I only watched half of it, have meant to finish it, but it hasn't been a priority, which tells you pretty much exactly how much I liked it.
I think The Worst Person In The World, Memoria, and Bergman Island all count as 2021 movies, but I liked all of those without quite loving them. Memoria left me a little nonplussed in the theater (maybe in part because I felt like the sound in the building was not great, or maybe my ears just aren't good enough) but it's sat with me. Worst Person felt a little rote at times but I think it was well executed and the lead performance was very good. Bergman Island is maybe a little too clever/meta for its own good but I still enjoyed it.
An incomplete list of stuff I want to see at some point: After Yang, Nope, Greta Gerwig's Barbie movie, Apollo 10 1/2, Paris: 13th District.