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  • The New Mutants

    The New Mutants

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    When a movie feels rushed despite being delayed for almost four years...

    The New Mutants felt like a great idea that wasn't totally followed through. Director Josh Boone didn't strike the right tone. Unless he was going for an intellectual horror superhero movie - if that's a thing - it worked! Because I understood what I was supposed to feel but never experienced any of those emotions.

  • The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations

    The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations

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    I saw the first two movies of the series. The first one was solid, the second one was a disaster, and I didn't think that there could be even worse. I was so wrong. If you really want to get the most out of The Butterfly Effect, watch the first movie, and the first movie only. Trust me; you won't miss a thing.

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  • The Post

    The Post

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    This is unquestionably Streep's movie, and not because she is typically excellent. She owns it because her character, Kay Graham, is the only character on a journey of self-discovery. Watching her, Tom Hanks, and Steven Spielberg together is like watching a symphony.

  • Little Women

    Little Women

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    I loved Little Women in every way. It made me cry and smile in the most fairytale sense. I found Greta's use of contrasting light to represent the past and the present very useful in keeping track of the story, bright and colourful when reminiscing about the girl's childhood but gloomy and bleak as they step into adulthood.

    Saoirse Ronan's expression in the last ten seconds of the movie is a masterclass of nuance. There is a beautiful rush of…