Last Night in Soho blew me away. From the very first scene, I was captivated by Thomasin McKenzie. I first saw her in Jojo Rabbit — she was great in that – but she was stupendous in Soho. I’d label my reaction to her as mesmerized throughout the entire film. I want to see a lot more of her.
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Moving on to the movie itself, again I was completely awed. The cinematography, the acting, the sets, and the soundtrack were perfect. The storyline was done in such an interesting way; it was something new that I haven’t seen done before. That’s another big part of my love for the movie. It was fresh. This is a shout-out to the entire cast, crew, and production for giving us something new.
I honestly can’t think of one thing I could complain about. For me, that is very rare. This movie is going to get an A+ from me. I’d recommend this movie to anyone above 17; there are a few scenes that little eyes shouldn’t see.
If you go, I’d love to hear your feedback. Enjoy yourself, sit back, and experience the magic of the movie.
About The Peetimes: There are 2 great times to choose from. After watching this though — even if my eyeballs were starting to float — I’d still hold it.
There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Last Night in Soho. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
|Rated:||(R) Brief Drug Material | Bloody Violence | Brief Graphic Nudity | Language | Sexual Content|
|Genres:||Drama, Horror, Mystery|
|Starring:||Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith|
|Writer(s):||Edgar Wright, Krysty Wilson-Cairns|
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Couldn’t agree more with the review of this movie. I was blown away by yet another Edgar Wright film.
Christene E Johnson Editor
Awesome! That confirms my belief’s on what a fabulous movie this was. I’m happy you liked it.
This was an A+ for me as well. My second favorite this year behind “Together Together”. I’m trying to get a group together next week because I want to get as many people as I can to enjoy this!