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Review by Sheila O'Malley
The film is not so much tone-deaf as old-fashioned, emerging from a more innocent time (say, three weeks ago) when politics as usual actually had some meaning.
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Review by Susan Wloszczyna
Let's just say if you are human, there is no way that Lion won't move you.
Review by Matt Zoller Seitz
Not only do they not make them like this anymore, I'm not convinced they ever did, unless Beatty was involved.
Review by Christy Lemire
Moana would have been enormously entertaining regardless of when it came out, but its arrival at this particular moment in history gives it an added sense of significance—as well as inspiration.
Review by Peter Sobczynski
A grandly entertaining stab at old-fashioned storytelling, buoyed by smart and stylish filmmaking, a good performance by Brad Pitt and an even better one from Marion Cotillard.
Review by Simon Abrams
The most novel, unsettling horror film of the year.
An immersive nightmare of merging, over-identification and projection.
Review by Glenn Kenny
The movie is very good at revealing and expanding upon is how this reluctant actor became such a masterful one.
This sequel actively devalues the compassion-on-the-knife-edge-of-misanthropy that distinguished the original in favor of a mainstream gross-out cartoon.
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