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Joblo Review: Planetarium

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It’s rare these days that a Natalie Portman movie comes out with very little buzz, but that’s exactly what’s happening with PLANATARIUM. An extremely arty aside for the actress, this one got lost in the shuffle during last year’s festival season, where it was wholly overwhelmed by the presence of Portman’s own, far-superior JACKIE. This one is unlikely to find much of an audience beyond hard-core cinephiles, although its artsy pretentiousness makes it a tough film, at times, to sit through.

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