Movie Reviews tagged Drama, Mystery and Thriller

  • The Lie Review

    For its first two-thirds, The Lie is enthralling.

    For its first two-thirds, The Lie is enthralling.
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  • Ad Astra Review

    With echoes of Kubrick, Nolan, and even Malick, Ad Astra is a film that reaches for the stars in more ways than one.

    With echoes of Kubrick, Nolan, and even Malick, Ad Astra is a film that reaches for the stars in more ways than one.
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  • You Were Never Really Here Review

    At less than ninety minutes, Ramsay and editor Joe Bini manage to make You Were Never Really Here a film that feels simultaneously deeply rich and incredibly sparse.

    At less than ninety minutes, Ramsay and editor Joe Bini manage to make You Were Never Really Here a film that feels simultaneously deeply rich and incredibly sparse.
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  • Three Days of the Condor - Review

    Robert Redford is always on the move in his pictures. In Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, he was on the run from the law; in The Sting, he’s constantly circling his mark; and in A Walk in the Woods, he’s simply walking. The peak-Redford era…

    Robert Redford is always on the move in his pictures. In Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, he was on the run from the law; in The Sting, he’s constantly circling his mark; and in A Walk in the Woods, he’s simply walking. The peak-Redford era hit Three Days of the Condor, receiving a magnificent Blu-ray release, sees the veteran actor doing his best to keep hitmen off his scent, while figuring out a conspiracy that engulfs not only him, but the entire US – and as it starkly questions just
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