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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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Unlucky thirteen, so Anne coerces Maria to pass As a member of the Spanish noble class. De Palma's work here is fearless. Fab Collette's nostril-flaring: peerless. Much fun to be had. Oh, the dinner table farce!

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