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    Not enough duration to fully engage the spectator. Null character development: bits/pieces
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    Undisputed masterpiece. The tale of a man pursuing another man irreparably leads to poetry
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    One of the Coens' most enjoyable film; its appeal relies on its bleak/raw/realistic form.
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    "Moonlight" tells the tale of the unescapable destiny and it's wonderful. True work of art
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    Natalie Portman is the film itself. Larraín's style blends magnificently with the story.
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    Undoubtedly one of Scorsese's most ambitious, contrasting films. Beautiful/heartbreaking.
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    Breathtaking animation. Intricate, complex, enthralling video-game plot. Amazing overall.
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    Captivating portrait of lower Texan middle class; refreshing interpretation of the western
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    Isabelle Huppert renders an acting masterclass; labyrinthine plot and characters: engaging
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    American onanism. Two secondary characters are completely irrelevant. Sheldon is flat.
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    Gritty. But certainly not at the height of Eastwood's biggest westerns.
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    A dumb, primary film. The message is as old and as predictable as time.
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    Captivating film. The story's not the most original but the approach is enthralling.
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    Most complex of the whole saga. Probably the saddest one. But the classic is the first one
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    Exciting at times/timeless story. Dry/unprotected portrayal of middle class, common people
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    Very tense movie. Although undeniably predictable. Portrait of unappealing middle class.
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    Timeless hit. One of the best scripts ever written, no doubt. Classic all-around.
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    Beautiful. Its brilliance relies on the way emotions are paced, dosed and overwhelming.

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