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Wonderstruck | Review

★★★

Following Hugo, Wonderstruck is the second Brian Selznick book to find a home on the big screen. It’s every bit as ambitious as the Scorsese adaptation and equally beautiful, you just wish it were as coherent and less contrived. 362 more words

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People are continents

People are continents

They Bond
&
Become a new created world

and then happens . . nature

People divide
Going in directions
Different from each other… 18 more words

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A Quiet Place (2018)

I doubt even the biggest fan of The Office would have predicted that they would see John Krasinski stepping out with his talents like this. He not only stars in… 486 more words

4 Stars

A Quiet Place– Review

I will be the first to say that I don’t like horror movies. But, after watching A Quiet Place, I might be ready to change that statement. 535 more words

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Metro: Wonderstruck review

Please click the image above to read myreview of Wonderstruck for Metro UK.

James Luxford

Wonderstruck review: a storm of sorrow, nostalgia and silence

Two just-teenage runaways arrive in New York City, one in monochrome 1927 and the other in the notorious, sultry summer of 1977. That’s the simple premise of Todd Haynes’s latest, … 773 more words

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