Last Night in Soho 

It was fine. I guess. Came out of it feeling like how I felt about Baby Driver: a lot of the lego pieces were fantastic but the overall thing felt I don't know sloppy? In this case it was partly the fault of my usual problems with thrillers/mystery. I didn't enjoy some of the early parts because I was too busy solving it, I solved it too early, and I didn't enjoy some of the parts after that because I just wanted it to get past red herrings and admit I was right. My problem


Last Night in Soho 

It had a good runtime at least because that last bit didn't turn into watching the clock boredom like the last hour of Knives Out felt to me (or all of The Sixth Sense, for a throwback comparison). This really is just not my genre of film, sorry.

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