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A solid film, but quite conventional. There’s really nothing new
To see here. So, after Chamberlain’s bid adieu,
Winston takes the job (and strain).
’Wow, the PM’s on the train!’
Oldman’s strong, but the real star’s Tsuji (and his crew).

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Two young dudes (the arms-dealing world's upstarts): They initially get by using their bullshitting arts. Hill plays morally reprehensible And despicable/indefensible To perfection: elevating the film beyond its weaker parts.

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Kim moves from her safe, boring life without trouble To a war zone: risks, potential bombings and rubble. The film's problematic at times, But Tina Fey really shines, In this mixed-genre look at life in the Kabubble.

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It seemed promising at first, with a scene of great tension. Then real depth and exploration get no attention. So what I really abhor Isn't just the gung-ho re war It's that nothing's explored beyond one dimension.

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Heartbroken, leaving his farm (ghostly, spacious), Joshua embarks on a journey most audacious. Though the film has some flaws, The gorgeous cinematography soars In this story of a dad who's so tenacious.

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