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Last Night in Soho

Movie
2021
1h 57m
R
English
Horror, Mystery, Thriller, Fantasy
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7.6
Critic Score: 
71
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A young girl, passionate about fashion design, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters her idol, a dazzling wannabe singer. But 1960s London is not what it seems, and time seems to be falling apart with shady consequences.
Last Night in Soho Poster

Last Night in Soho

R
Movie
2021
1h 57m
English
Horror, Mystery, Thriller, Fantasy
A young girl, passionate about fashion design, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters her idol, a dazzling wannabe singer. But 1960s London is not what it seems, and time seems to be falling apart with shady consequences.
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71

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Thomasin McKenzie
Eloise Turner
Rita Tushingham
Peggy Turner
Terence Stamp
Silver-Haired Gentleman
Diana Rigg
Ms. Collins
Aime Cassettari
Eloise's Mother
Colin Mace
Taxi Driver #1
Alan Mahon
Toucan Bartender
Connor Calland
Drunk Student
Josh Zar
Drunk Arsehole
JacquiLee Pryce
College Administrator
James Phelps
Cloakroom Attendant
Oliver Phelps
Cloakroom Attendant
Beth Singh
Cilla Black
Will Rogers
Café de Paris Bartender
Terence Frisch
Le patron du Rialto
Directed By: Edgar Wright
Written By: Edgar Wright (Story), Krysty Wilson-Cairns (Screenplay)

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okayfray says...
11 months ago
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It was at the point after [spoiler] Eloise enters the first dream sequence, and Sandie descends the mirror lined stairs and dances [/spoiler] that I thought "This is so good, I don't even care what happens next!" Turns out, I did care. It's such a shame to see a movie that could be so brilliant suffer from such a poor and incoherent narrative.
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Jordyep says...
11 months ago
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It’s hard to rate, because there are a lot of entertaining scenes in it, but the movie at its core doesn’t really work. I can’t shed this feeling that Edgar Wright had a visual cue in his head of a girl experiencing visions of the 1960’s first, and tried to build a movie around that second. The characters, drama, camerawork, music selection and social commentary are all very good, but the whole set up is kinda nonsense once you know the answers to the mystery. I kept waiting for the twist that’d explain why [spoiler] our protagonist has these accurate visions of things that happened 50 years earlier [/spoiler], but it’s never answered, despite it being the crux of the whole film. Also, showing CGI ghosts in a horror movie using well lit close ups is never the best idea, it kinda killed a lot of the horror and suspense. I kinda liked that I thought that I was ahead of the film at one point, only to find out that it was a big misdirect to make you think you were ahead. 5.5/10
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Cb Uppercut says...
11 months ago
Edgar Wright really outdid himself this time and I’m consistently amazed by his work. The direction in this film is honestly probably the best of year with every shot so delicately placed and beautiful, the scenery in this film is obviously stunning and the costume design absolutely phenomenal. You can really tell every time Edgar Wright makes a film how much a movie movie buff he is. Every song in this film feels so perfectly chosen for every scene and the score is amazing as well. Thomasin McKenzie was absolutely amazing in this film and deserves more love because this film was marketed it seems as Ana Taylor Joys film and when it comes to Ana Taylor Joy she absolutely stole the show and made your eyes lock in on her with every scene she was in. Can’t understate how artistic this film is and just a good horror movie in general as well. Easily one of the best movies this year if not the best so far.
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nabster says...
11 months ago
Truly brilliant film that had me captivated from the beginning to the end that i was not expecting. Great cast, great acting and brilliantly filmed with a sound track that really puts you back in the 60s. Easily added to my top ten films of this year.
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Maghook
CONTAINS SPOILERS10 months ago
It appears that 'Last Night in Soho' is too far out of Edgar Wright's comfort zone. I really quite enjoyed the story up until [spoiler]the stabbing[/spoiler] and, while I thought the entire movie was shot and edited really well and was fun to watch, the horror elements really felt like they were str More
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Nathan
3 months ago
I found that Last Night in Soho took its sweet time getting me hooked, but as the first act was coming to a close, I was locked in. The movie constantly had me thinking what was to come next, trying to decipher what was the connection between the main characters were and why this was happening. Ther More
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msbreviews
11 months ago
FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/last-night-in-soho-spoiler-free-review

"Last Night in Soho is incredibly captivating throughout the entire runtime, but Edgar Wright's all-in in the insane third act is definitely going to generate a divisive response.

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