Emma. ★★★★

I honestly thought it was fine. I loved... loved, the acting, the set and costume design and cinematography. I just didn’t think the story was all too interesting although the ending had a big payout to make it worth it. Anya Taylor-Joy is amazingly good. I can’t wait to see her future projects. She’s set up for greatness considering how good she was in Split, Thoroughbreds and Emma.

Grade: B

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