Movie Editor's Picks tagged Drama and Romance

  • Phantom Thread Review

    Phantom Thread is a confusing, odd, dark, sharply funny and gorgeous 130-minute ride. Fans of Anderson will not be disappointed.

    Phantom Thread is a confusing, odd, dark, sharply funny and gorgeous 130-minute ride. Fans of Anderson will not be disappointed.
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  • Call Me by Your Name Trailer

    Summer of 1983, Northern Italy. An American-Italian is enamored by an American student who comes to study and live with his family. Together they share an unforgettable summer full of music, food, and romance that will forever change them.

    Summer of 1983, Northern Italy. An American-Italian is enamored by an American student who comes to study and live with his family. Together they share an unforgettable summer full of music, food, and romance that will forever change them.
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Entries tagged Drama and Romance

  • Booksmart Review

    If you mixed Superbad and Lady Bird in a blender, you’d get something along the lines of Booksmart.

    If you mixed Superbad and Lady Bird in a blender, you’d get something along the lines of Booksmart.
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  • The Aftermath Review

    It’s hard to talk about The Aftermath without comparing it to another film about a love triangle set against a World War II backdrop: Casablanca.

    It’s hard to talk about The Aftermath without comparing it to another film about a love triangle set against a World War II backdrop: Casablanca.
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  • Phantom Thread Review

    Phantom Thread is a confusing, odd, dark, sharply funny and gorgeous 130-minute ride. Fans of Anderson will not be disappointed.

    Phantom Thread is a confusing, odd, dark, sharply funny and gorgeous 130-minute ride. Fans of Anderson will not be disappointed.
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  • Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool Review

    This film is so touching, so warm and so tender – and just to top it all off, there’s even a disco-dancing scene featuring the two lead roles. Billy Elliot may have grown up, but he didn’t forget how to boogie.

    This film is so touching, so warm and so tender – and just to top it all off, there’s even a disco-dancing scene featuring the two lead roles. Billy Elliot may have grown up, but he didn’t forget how to boogie.
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