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#Review: House of Gucci
Starring Lady Gaga and Adam Driver, House of Gucci follows Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga) and her relationship with Maurizio Gucci...
#Review: The Sisters Brothers
The Sisters Brothers is a unique film filled with impressive performances from its intimate cast set to a darkly comedic backdrop.
#Review: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
From the comedic moments to the more intimate emotional ones this final chapter of How to Train Your Dragon is emotional
#Review: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Mamma Mia is an absolutely brilliant film filled with heart, great musical performances, and a surprisingly touching story
Abominable is a brilliant film. It's got some originality issues but nothing that the stunning animation and charming cast.
With an intimate and compelling cast, thrilling score, and nerve-wracking cinematography Us is a film that will stay with you as you lie in your bed trying desperately to rest easy.
Halloween is a hell of a good time. It's intense, gory and at times emotional. Just don't expect it to be something especially original.
Greta is a bonkers film about a bonkers character which has a load of issues, but one that is a ton of fun.
#Review: Boy Erased
Boy Erased is a potent and emotional film brought to startling life by an incredible cast.
#Review: First Man
First Man is a surprisingly melancholy film. Damien Chazelle captures the character that was Neil Armstrong.
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