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Last Night In Soho

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fair lady I see in the reflection instead of myself? When Eloise, who has thing for the 60s, is transported into the past through a mirror which is anything but magic — a mind-bending mystery breaks out. Since it's directed by Edgar Wright, there are flashes of brilliance and a top notch soundtrack. But the film meanders around at times, kind of like one does on the club scene after a few libations. Even so, it's a heck of a ride thanks to some solid performances by Anya Taylor Joy, Matt Smith and legend Diana Rigg.

3.5/5

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