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Austin Gorski’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Lots of good stuff (performances, concept, cinematography) gets dragged down by some not so good stuff (bizarre editing choices, parts of the ending), but it’s not enough to sour the overall experience for me. M. Night simply doesn’t give a shit and is making what he wants to make, and I’m all here for it.