The New Normal

It’s a thing now: You can read my traditional Friday review roundup over at NOW, or we can play the six-word game. Or we can do both, I guess …

Broken Star: Tipton and Labine didn’t deserve this.

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot: Joaquin Phoenix finds truth in physicality.

Eighth Grade: A small, lovely little movie. Truly.

The Equalizer 2: Denzel’s back! Still fucking up villains. [Rad]

Hitler’s Hollywood: Third Reich cinema, mit Udo Kier.

Letter from Masanjia: True story. Disappointing filmmaking, though. Shame.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again: Pretty sure I can resist you. [Susan]

The Third Murder: Kore-eda’s change of pace? Rather decent.

Under the Tree: Dark Icelandic comedy about property lines.

Unfriended: Dark Web: HAVE YOU TRIED TURNING IT O —

I think this can work. I’m off to a wedding in Koblenz this weekend, do not expect anything coherent from me until Monday at the earliest.

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