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If it weren’t for a few performances, it would be pretty forgettable.
This second instalment leans even further into the silliness.
A Hollywood re-make seems like a rather less likely prospect.
Simultaneously sad, funny, melancholy and celebratory.
A lot of people die, and you may chuckle a bit along the way.
You won’t find anything tricksy, stylised or gritty going on here.
The film itself, however, is a bit of a disappointment.
Though Gary Hart had some actual vision and a famously lovely head of hair.
There’s a reason it’s up for an Oscar.
Roberts offers a skillful performance of strength and cautious care.
Warning: this one will hurt.
Long-time Eastwood fans may enjoy his latest/last.
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