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Woody Allen’s affection letter to the City of Light is his best and most dumbfounding film in years, with Owen Wilson learning the most difficult way possible that the past isn’t generally what it’s supposed to be.

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An inside-baseball film with the heartbeat of an activity flick. Thank chief Bennett Miller and acting homers from Brad Pitt as the senior supervisor of the Oakland An’s and Jonah Hill as a numbers cruncher who tells him the best way to discover esteem in what others miss. Score. movie hd

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