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Graham Williamson ★★★★
So recently I did a Short Cuts about biopics, pointing out the problems inherent in hammering messy, real lives into a three-act structure. On the surface of it, this falls…
Ralph Sepe ★★★★★ 22
A genuinely funny and wonderfully acted version of A Million Ways to Die in the West.
Graham Williamson ★★★★ 5
There's a strong temptation just to link to George's review and say "That, basically" - but the strange lacunae and diffuse emotional intensity of Paweł Pawlikowski's new film is going…
Graham Williamson ★★★½ 2
The mission of the Mission: Impossible franchise has always been a simple one: do what Bond isn't doing. When Brian DePalma's first entry was greenlit, during the long hiatus between…
Neil Alcock ★★★★ 2
A fulsome and robust apology for the dreck that was Rogue Nation, Fallout sees Christopher McQuarrie take action directing to levels that must surely have Danny Boyle and Barbara Broccoli…
Matthew Saponar 1
Uncle Drew operates on a plane of existence where Letterboxd ratings do not apply.
Graham Williamson ★★★★½ 6
I enjoy reading Letterboxd reviews of films the reviewer watched as a child, largely because the good ones always follow the same format. First comes the rush of nostalgia, then…
Graham Williamson ★★★½
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Ari Aster and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Dénouement.