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The end of the film will make you want to cheer.
We need more dumb psychological thrillers like this.
Every bit as quietly rapturous as his breakthrough 2016 Oscar champ Moonlight.
The unavoidable unfairness of mortality imbues the film with an added sense of urgency.
An 88min how-to in making something as exciting as Taking of Pelham 123.
Excellent leads and Farhadi’s baseline quality make it a solid watch.
It’s a concept less interesting than the film’s initial trajectory.
The real stars here are the set-pieces.
If it weren’t for a few performances, it would be pretty forgettable.
Keira Knightley deploys some of her best emotional work.
This second instalment leans even further into the silliness.
A Hollywood re-make seems like a rather less likely prospect.
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