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- Anya Taylor-Joy
- Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie
- Matt Smith
- Terence Stamp
- Diana Rigg
- Rita Tushingham
- Michael Ajao
- Synnøve Karlsen
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I was debating whether to watch this movie or not because the trailer didn't really impress me, but I'm glad I did. Movie was really really good. It had my attention from start to finish.
This movie was so much better than we expected..!! We went to see it because we’ve seen everything else and it did not disappoint.. for the first 10 minutes or so we thought we made a mistake but give it a chance. It will not disappoint. You’ll sit there thinking you know the twist but you won’t until near the end.. Unfortunately this is an underrated movie that will probably be ignored and go under the radar. But I highly recommend it.!!!
That over-the-top style, with its pulsating colors and generous sloshings of bright-red fake blood, is well-suited to this movie’s story, which folds crime, sex work, mental illness, and elements of the supernatural into a psychological thriller that, at its best, can be mind-bendingly intense.
Last Night in Soho is an immensely pleasurable film that delights in playing with genre, morphing from time-travel fantasy to dark fairy tale, from mystery to nightmarish horror in a climax that owes as much to ’60s Brit fright fare as to more contemporary mind-benders.
It’s a blast. Last Night In Soho is the kind of good time which isn’t over until someone’s either crying or bleeding. And oh, how we’ve all missed those nights!