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Another supremely enjoyable ride from Wes Anderson, “The French Dispatch” is the kind of rare treat that makes going to the movies worthwhile. It’s uniquely funny, engaging, beautiful, and easily one of the year’s best.
Chloé Zhao’s “Eternals” clearly has so much it wants to say, and yet it says so little — but at this point, that feels expected from Marvel’s almost 15-year-old saga.
“Last Night in Soho,” while not perfect, is a chilling and deeply compelling horror story about nostalgia, trauma and gender that will leave viewers hanging onto their seats. It shows promise for the future of director Edgar Wright’s career, as well as those of budding stars Thomasin McKenzie and Anya-Taylor Joy.
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Marvel Studios wants the voices of underrepresented communities to be depicted on screen.
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” does that in a spectacular fashion for the Asian American community. I can go further and say that this movie is exactly what this country needs right now.