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A heartfelt film about redemption and the feeling of losing oneself. Witherspoon easily keeps you invested to the end, but ultimately the movie's message is, upon closer inspection, not as profound as it seems.
Hamilton is good in short bursts of comedy and drama, but they are separated with long, bland pieces. With a few exceptions, the constant singing lacks original or diverse melody. As for story, there are some good moments where song, drama, and stage management produce a memorable effect, but overall the story is facile and the characters stereotyped and thin.
An imaginative, surreal, and sometimes funny imagining of Orwell's 1984. An interesting watch, but can feel too long at times.
The plot is thin and unfocussed. The characters are two-dimensional. This film is an example of lazy expanded universe productions: famous cast, big on the CGI, lots of so-called funny quips, empty action, waferthin plot, and desperate sequel baiting.
A great homage to the silent film era and a funny satire of modern times. A timeless piece: funny, satirical, clever, and affectionate.