Movie Reviews Editor's Picks tagged Crime and Drama

  • Logan Lucky Review

    Logan Lucky is about a group of criminals that seem dumb on the surface, but turn out to be smarter than they appear. Likewise, the film itself is much smarter than the ads might have you think.

    Logan Lucky is about a group of criminals that seem dumb on the surface, but turn out to be smarter than they appear. Likewise, the film itself is much smarter than the ads might have you think.
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Movie Reviews tagged Crime and Drama

  • Promising Young Woman Review

    If you’ve seen the trailer, you’re likely expecting a revenge thriller with a quirky edge. Promising Young Woman delivers just that, but its recipe is made up of several unique ingredients.

    If you’ve seen the trailer, you’re likely expecting a revenge thriller with a quirky edge. Promising Young Woman delivers just that, but its recipe is made up of several unique ingredients.
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  • Let Him Go Review

    The audience might underestimate just how brutal and uncomfortable Let Him Go becomes. What gets us through the grittier moments is the sincere rapport between Costner and Lane.

    The audience might underestimate just how brutal and uncomfortable Let Him Go becomes. What gets us through the grittier moments is the sincere rapport between Costner and Lane.
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    Diane Lane's lead performance in 'Let Him Go' was awesome. She should definitely be on the list for Best Actress. I loved it. Tense, atmospheric and 'edge of your seat' in places.
    N.J.
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  • Kajillionaire Review

    For those who’ve been waiting for Miranda July to return to cinema, Kajillionaire is a bewildering yet welcome homecoming.

    For those who’ve been waiting for Miranda July to return to cinema, Kajillionaire is a bewildering yet welcome homecoming.
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  • The Irishman Review

    The Irishman finds all three actors back at the top of their game, rounding out a trinity of powerhouse performances.

    The Irishman finds all three actors back at the top of their game, rounding out a trinity of powerhouse performances.
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    Par one, line two; perhaps "culmination"?
    Dr Z
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