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3 of the 4 family members were totally rapt with the film.
A rare period drama that goes beyond merely re-hashing a sensationalised past.
Such frankness with important messages feels endearing.
There’s also a sense of a little-too-late hanging over everything.
Rupert Everett is a tour de force.
When the feel-good clichés kick in, it’s hard not to grin.
Slow, ponderous and pretentious, or deep, insightful and meditative?
Horrors, dramas, docos, action films, they’re all in here.
James Wan throws everything at the wall.
Give me six more Spider-Verse films!
There’s still a novelty factor–albeit short-lived.
It’s the best Solo movie of the year.
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