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Three moms visit (one in particular: disapproving),
But Amy and co. want to go about removing
High expectations. Overall: it's ridic,
(And many jokes wear off quick)
Though Baranski brings some moments that are moving.

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Wilder: Prolific director (arguably one of history's best -
As those who love his eclectic works will attest).
Many enlightening anecdotes here ..
Insights re: the man and his career
(Of genre-hopping versatility that left the viewer blessed).

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From once-secret art during post-war repression
To open appreciation of Tom's artistic expression.
Well-acted, but too safe/clean.
Favourite/clever scene:
Pool party cops (subverting our assumed impression).

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Gasping, white-knuckled, each time rock crumbled:
Watching climbers on peaks as they stumbled.
The splendour of landscapes (sublime),
With orchestral music (divine).
Such magnificent sights left me awe-struck and humbled.

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While twin sister Amy's career's really soaring,
Polly's in a work rut, and her daily life's boring.
She hopes things can flip.
Cue: her ill-advised trip.
Some terrific jokes had me absolutely roaring.

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Seal taking on every gig. Oh, his hubris: 'How can I lose?'
Not much under the hood here, as we follow each deal & schmooze
(Hiding out; night in a cell;
In cahoots with gov and cartel)
But it's entertaining, thanks to the reliably charismatic Cruise.

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A heavy burden hangs over Conor's head:
Impending loss; an existential dread.
Enter: an anthropomorphic tree.
Can its fables set him free?
Impressive (dark) visuals. Tears to be shed.

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Artistry in the choreography (soundtrack with scene).
Elgort: charismatic; battling demons re keeping 'clean'.
Such questionable character motivations
Relating to some third act situations.
Jones stands out, with the best performance on the screen.

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As before: big laughs, majestic scenery, lots to eat.
New: added melancholy for Steve (kept discreet).
Highlight: the guys out-swaggering
Each other when Jagger-ing.
Only letdown: dubious end scene (an odd conceit).

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Here in the Civil War's South, seven women and girls reside. Enter wounded Corporal John, who otherwise would have died. Both dark and funny (an abundance of wit). Stunning performances. Gorgeously lit. Reflections on vengeance, survival, strength and pride.

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Some intermittent laughs here, but not enough to sustain Its feature length - so it feels the strain Of many lulls and bumps. And like that corpse it slumps. Cast members bring some charisma, but it's weak in the main.

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Poitras' doco: at times uneven, but with moments of insight. In Assange (in turns, the darling of the left and then the right) We see a man full of (ego and) contradictions Who imposed eleventh hour restrictions. It feels like there's much more waiting to come to light.

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