‘Blinded By the Light’ and ‘The Righteous Gemstones’ Reviews: IndieWire Weekly Roundup

IndieWire | 8/16/2019 | Staff
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This week’s film and TV offerings are quite eclectic, ranging from a Richard Linklater movie to a Danny McBride sitcom to an animated film about Luis Buñuel. With that many genres in play, no one can be expected to stay on top of everything (except us, of course). Whatever your question is, we probably have an answer. Keep reading for a roundup of all of IndieWire’s film and television reviews from this week!

“BLINDED BY THE LIGHT”

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This tribute to The Boss is overly-sentimental in all the best ways, writes David Ehrlich.

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“READY OR NOT”

This pitch-black satire is a violent romp through America’s excessive wealth, writes David Ehrlich.

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“BUÑUEL IN THE LABYRINTH OF THE TURTLES”

This unexpected film about Luis Buñuel is a testament to animation’s versatility, writes David Ehrlich.

ADAM

“ADAM”

The controversial film is not without its flaws, but still provides a well-meaning...
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