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Adam eats, sleeps and dreams movies (often simultaneously).
The idiosyncratic script, direction and style are all very English.
Shakespeare scholars will not be pleased.
Proves optimistic and full of enough feel-good humanity.
It’s more than just another peek behind-the-scenes.
There’s plenty of family fun to be had along.
Simultaneously sad, funny, melancholy and celebratory.
Long-time Eastwood fans may enjoy his latest/last.
Provides just enough CGI, chills, spills, laughs and thrills.
When the feel-good clichés kick in, it’s hard not to grin.
Slow, ponderous and pretentious, or deep, insightful and meditative?
It lacks the knockout blow of Ryan Coogler’s first.
Little ones will love it. Kids over 8 may be less forgiving.
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