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There is something beautifully transportive about Moonrise Kingdom. The simple story of 'two loved up kids running away together' is colored, framed and acted in a way that warms you, charms you and sets you free with Suzy and Sam. It's a 'Sunday Movie' you'd watch any day of the week. It truly speaks to Wes Anderson's creativity when a cast of this magnitude is carried by the visual element of the picture and not the other way round. This being said, the familiarity of some of these faces is one of the most warming aspects of the movie and nutshells why anyone with half an imagination should watch Moonrise Kingdom.
I had my suspicions but I didn't obsess, I didn't want to... Knives Out is just too entertaining. Sit back and let the addictive unraveling skills of Benoit Blanc walk you through this undulating puzzle.
I found the bleak unfiltered delivery of American Animals a refreshing break from the flashy exuberance heist movies have brandished in the past. It's not always completely engaging but it feels real and the real life interviews crossing over with the reconstruction enforce that.
When a comedy delivers a laugh a minute, where realistically can it improve?
The Lincoln Lawyer combines intermittent thrills, slick dialogue and clever resolve to keep you satisfied for the duration. Matthew McConaughey really nails the portrayal of a morally conflicted individual prone to finding answers at the bottom of a bottle. Beyond the aforementioned there isn't much more worth noting, but for an incomplex movie like this, there isn't much more required.