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AMC Pompano Beach 18

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Address: 2315 North Federal Highway
Pompano Beach
33062
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  • Under the Chinese title used for Antonioni's Blow-Up (it connotes the exposure of something indecent), Wong Kar-Wai and cameraman Chris Doyle have crafted their most lyrical film. The romance between two gay men from Hong Kong ends soon after they...
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    • Time Out says
      3 out of 5 stars
      Director Rian Johnson has an oxygen problem. He sometimes leaves too little air in his dialogue-heavy film contraptions for his characters to breathe. (This puts him in excellent company with the Coen brothers and Quentin Tarantino, all of whom ha...
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      • Time Out says
        5 out of 5 stars
        A pure adrenaline hit of a movie that takes place mostly in the lethal glare of daylight, Sam Mendes’s stunning, sorta-single-take 1917 hits its greatest heights when darkness falls. A single British soldier dusts himself off from a glancing wound...
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        • Time Out says
          4 out of 5 stars
          Get your cringing over with now: The guy who directed Thor: Ragnarok, New Zealand’s gifted Taika Waititi, has made a movie about an adorable Hitler Youth whose imaginary buddy is Adolf himself (Waititi plays Hitler). Honestly, the news is good—it’...
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          • Time Out says
            5 out of 5 stars
            Rarely does a movie combine cinematic fireworks and social commentary as mischievously as Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite does. It’s a slick home-invasion drama that mirrors the masks worn by its characters: The film is polite until it dro...
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            • Time Out says
              5 out of 5 stars
              Josh and Benny Safdie, the indie filmmaking brothers whose New York City movies shudder with attitude, tell fast, grubby stories that harken back to the 1970s, when Sidney Lumet ruled sets. Their vigor is an instant rush: Why creep a camera down a...
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