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Here we have London, looking so gorgeous at night.
Kate meets a handsome stranger who often takes flight.
Her choices cause mum alarm.
Despite the leads’ great charm,
And some lovely moments, it all feels a bit slight.

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Price Hal’s the reluctant inheritor of dad’s grand dominion.
There’s enemies everywhere, and advisors with many an opinion.
As a new King conflicted and pivoting
Chalamet’s work here is riveting.
Stunning cinematography (and costume design: be it ruler or minion).

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Destiny, Ramona and co riding high (a money train) …
But the GFC puts that to a stop. Here comes pain.
Then creative chemistry skills
Restart the paying of bills.
Terrific performance from Lopez: a powerhouse hurricane.

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Phenomenal performance by Zellweger: soul-bearing …
Captivating as an icon-on-hard times, despairing.
But sadly, within a film that’s mired
In a screenplay so uninspired.
Some flashbacks: so on-the-nose, they’re badly glaring.

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The last time emotionally stunted astronaut Roy
Saw his dad, he was a teenage boy.
Then duty calls. Into the vast …
Pitt is so perfectly cast.
Witnessing his understated performance: a joy.

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Fosse’s unique individual style: the slightest twist
Of a shoulder - or the delicate, sexy turn of a wrist.
Some great archival footage here.
He re-wrote the rules. A true pioneer.
Without him, so much modern dance wouldn’t exist.

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Josephine’s near the top of the con artist list.
When Penny muzzles in, she’s pissed.
They have no chemistry. It feels a dud
When jokes fall flat with a thud.
Talent wasted and opportunities missed.

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