Tag: dramedy

Hustle – Review

“This is a film that makes the most out of a precarious placement – it sometimes teeters on the edge of a more generic and far less inspired version of itself, but an energetic realization and wholly committed spirit pay dividends.”

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2020 Mid-Year Catch-up: Reviews of EMMA and THE INVISIBLE MAN

by Ken Bakely

Catching up with two more reviews of movies that I missed from the first half of the year, here are my thoughts on Autumn de Wilde’s Emma. and Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man.

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