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A millennial Cinderella story that both honors and challenges timebound traditions with witty charm, grounded family drama, and Asian sensibilities.
Too bad that storytelling, as well as opportunities for well-timed humor and wit, takes a backseat on this one to allow more time for engorged, insane yet excellently executed action and stunts. Still a very good addition to the franchise.
A Quiet Place not only excels in inventive omission of sound and dialogue but also as a legitimate heart-racing thriller and family drama-an impressive feat for a newcomer like Krasinski.
In an era when free press is society's favorite punching bag, Spotlight becomes a required watching for those who are either completely clueless or have completely lost faith on journalists and their role as rigorous and uncompromised purveyors of truth, despite the difficult consequences.
More than the sociopolitical climate off the screen that boosts its relevance, Black Panther