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Rest easy. They nailed it.
Those with no interest can just keep walking.
Imagine a Taika Waititi-less Thor: Ragnarok.
There’s plenty to recommend in this increasingly paranoid sci-fi three-hander.
The idiosyncratic script, direction and style are all very English.
Apart from a few interesting wrinkles, this finale is business as usual
Nicholas Hoult gives a dignified central performance.
There isn’t nearly enough thrills in 132 minutes.
There is nothing subtle, nor particularly insightful, about Rocketman.
What makes Brightburn tick is a tight focus, and an embrace of the grim and gory
It’s very nice to look at, though.
The film wobbles between lame and good.
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