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new at flick filosopher, Apr 07–10

Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Who You Think I Am movie review: on the Internet, no one knows you’re a sexy French lady
Not even the treasure that is Juliette Binoche can make this cynical romantic thriller palatable. Does not say the things about social media and the lives of older women that it thinks it does.
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new and ongoing dvd/blu/vod releases, US/Can, Apr 07–10
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Never Rarely Sometimes Always movie review: the secret lives of girls and women [pictured]
Softly savage, exposing the unspoken subtext of the lives of girls and women: the mundane but covert garbage that gets piled upon us, the knotted existence too many of us are just barely surviving.
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new and ongoing dvd/blu/vod releases, UK/Ire, Apr 06–10
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Trolls: World Tour movie review: a cinematic Rubicon by dint of pandemic coincidence
As pastel and glittery as its predecessor, with a silliness more glorious and less forced. Sweet, smart, sincere… but it doesn’t deserve to be carrying the future of movies on its little shoulders.
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