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The Dropout, 2022 – ★★★½

Amanda Seyfried is absolutely incredible in this series. She plays a perfect unhinged, divorced from reality, aliens in her own body.
I watched the entire miniseries in one sitting because I was physically unable to look away.
Amanda Seyfried was impossible to look away from.

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Enjoyable and comforting movie. I remember reading about Sony wanting to put together a movie with a cast of villains. This felt like a believable way to do that.

Some I knew from past films. Others I did not (because I’ve forgotten or they were new.)

I enjoyed the film. It was entertaining and tugged in my heart strings and gave me solace from a rough two years.

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Anonymous conflict. Cold climate.
War is never pretty. Nor are there any winners.

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Does it count if you watched it while dozing on a Sunday afternoon?

Of course it does.

Charming. Sprawling. Every frame a picture. Loved the action escape and chase scenes.

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Long, slow and felt pointless. None of the polish of the first few movies.
Felt like an older movie improved upon by it’s later sequels. Not a new entry into the franchise many years after it began.

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Love a time traveling police procedural with Denzel Washington.

Letterboxd – Carl Holscher

Watched on Friday February 4, 2022.

Letterboxd – Carl Holscher

Watched all of it in one night. Absolutely loved it from the plot to the pacing.

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