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  1. #11
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    Saw it last night. It's very, very good. Perfect piece for the times we live in, really. Terrific characters, wonderful cast, text book perfect direction. It's a small, intimate story, and that's a nice break from the usual big screen spectacle I normally go to see.

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    Seems fitting to put this here, my friend Sean is the one behind the head.



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    Just saw it. Sumptuous to look at, as expected. A very earnest, lovely story. There are a few surprises, but really just a few. It's mostly what you think it is - an arthouse Beauty and the Beast with the Gill Man. Mostly. The performances are absolutely amazing, and in some cases, heartbreaking.

    Del Toro is top shelf.
    SELL ME YOUR LOOSE MINTY WONDER WOMAN!

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