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You’ve simply got to see it.
Italian director Paolo Sorrentino makes decadent and intoxicating dramas. His new film about the life of former Prime Minister of Italy,…
Don’t think this is a history lesson. Instead, come along for the ride.
It’s downright weird.
Hey, at least it’s impressive on a technical level.
Provides just enough CGI, chills, spills, laughs and thrills.
This film features a completely gnarly performance from Nicole Kidman.
Mia Wasikowska ain’t no pushover.
Gut-wrenchingly familiar and relatable to anyone who has ever been sad or awkward or a teenager.
Barry Jenkins’ talent is no fucking joke.
May heat up your déjà vu meter, writes Aaron Yap.
Reaches right into your heart for squeezes both gentle and much more crushing.
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