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‘Last Night in Soho’ easy to watch despite rough third act, subject matter

7/10 Last Night in Soho is a delightful, great-looking, easy-watching horror movie about sex slavery and the inability to escape the hidden sins of the past. It’s a strange watch. Soho, London- Bright-eyed freshman Ellie Turner (Thomasin McKenzie) relocates from … Continue reading

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‘The Last Duel’ a brilliant work of storytelling, period action, and a nervous apology

9/10 The Last Duel doesn’t just tell a story, it builds one, layer by layer, interlocking and leaving gaps at all the perfect points, creating a pyramid worth observing as a whole, as individual layers and as connections between the … Continue reading

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‘Promising Young Woman’ is not the revenge story you’re looking for

3/10 I think we all really needed this. Three years after the Harvey Weinstein saga kicked into gear in October 2017, horrifically realizing the old casting couch, “who’d she blow for that role” stereotypes in a way that reveals what … Continue reading

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The Möbius Strip- ‘Upside’ a surprise winner, BAFTA nominations

The Upside doubled its box office expectations last weekend, earning $20.4 million for a surprise No. 1 finish. Aquaman sunk to no. 2 for the first time with a strong $17.4 million in its fourth weekend and, somewhat astonishingly, becoming … Continue reading

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‘Three Billboards’ a stellar awards frontrunner

10/10 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is an acerbic, heartfelt masterpiece from a playwright who seems like he can’t stop producing them. Eight months before the film’s start, Angela Hayes (Kathryn Newton) is immolated and raped. Tired of hearing nothing … Continue reading

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