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As it gets started, Uncut Gems has the feel of a concentrated earlier Guy Ritchie crime thriller with less comedy and a more piercing score. The film maintains that velocity brilliantly up until the third act when its climax deals a few sobering wallops and the proverbial chips fall where they may. What a ride.
I thought I was watching one of Hulu's campier installments of the Into the Dark anthology. Ready or Not is too sloppy and juvenile to stand out among the recent influx of low brow last man standing thrillers.
More cathartic than entertaining, Honey Boy is an affecting glimpse into dysfunctional child stardom.
Fans of the franchise seeking closure for Jesse, rejoice! Fans who preferred that his ending remain ambiguous should still find satisfaction from Gilligan's signature craft which elevates this TV show epilogue into the highest league of neo-western film.
The screenplay has the store-bought quality of your average whodunit and Craig's Blanc is nothing more than Branagh's Poirot dipped in molasses. Still, Knives Out manages to find its stride by not taking itself too seriously while staying grounded when it matters. Not since Clue has a murder mystery been this fun.