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new at flick filosopher, Jun 16-18

Miss Juneteenth

I pledge not to review any new movie available only in cinemas as long as COVID-19 remains a danger
This doesn’t mean I’ll stop writing film criticism! There are still plenty of movies, new and classic, that I can write about. But for the time being, I see no ethical way to cover films that will be available only in cinemas.
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new and ongoing dvd/blu/vod releases, US/Can, Jun 16–19
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new and ongoing dvd/blu/vod releases, UK/Ire, Jun 15–16
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Miss Juneteenth movie review: ordinary lives drawn with extraordinary grace [pictured]
A beautiful cinematic experience, delicately subtle and bursting with a gorgeous sense of place and character. There is wonderful intimate suspense in every moment of Nicole Beharie’s performance.
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7500 movie review: never your in-flight movie (#AmazonPrime)
Mundanity builds to almost unbearable tension, but this isn’t an action movie. It’s a drama grounded in emotional realism thanks to the Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s intense empathy and vulnerable humanity.
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