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Submitted by edwest 966d ago | review

Push-Start Review: Great Expectations

"Actors are lazily blocked through dimly lit scenes, Richard Hartley’s score is barely worth murmuring, let alone humming (his CV consists of TV movies, go figure) and with nothing and nobody striving for your attention you’re better off reading the book. Because the fact is, the difference between you and Mike Newell is an imagination." (Cinema, Great Expectations) 3/10

ReconHope  +   966d ago
very harsh score. doubt it is that unwatchable
edwest  +   966d ago
Try spinning, that's a good trick.
ReconHope  +   965d ago
lol i haven't seen it but from what i told it has it's good parts and is around a 5.

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