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Darkest Hour

It's less effective in crafting a portrait of this man outside of the political and military realm.

The Shape of Water

This is a very funny premise, but from it, del Toro and co-writer Vanessa Taylor expand the film's ideas and setups, until it seems ready to burst.

I, Tonya

We can see how Tonya becomes a victim of circumstance, of others' abuse, and of her own state of victimhood.


Zvyagintsev and Oleg Negin's screenplay picks away at the characters' self-created illusions until we see the hard, depressing truth.

The Pirates of Somalia

The film itself is one of surprising conscience.


There's a strange absence of conviction to Una.


It would be simple to call Foxtrot cynical, but it's too achingly understanding for that to be the case.

The Disaster Artist

The film is funny—hilarious at points—and an enlightening look at the production of one of the most infamous movies ever made.

Wonder Wheel

Allen is clearly coasting here.


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