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Film Review - Uncut Gems


In 2017, Josh and Benny Safdie unleashed “Good Time,” focusing all their cinematic powers to create a winding ode to brotherly protection, created with distinct visual and aural intensity, along with outstanding performances. The siblings return with “Uncut Gems,” and they go even deeper into the abyss of personal delusion and addiction, only this time they’re bringing Adam Sandler along for the ride, and he’s never had a role quite like this. Ferocious, hypnotic, and blissfully deranged, “Uncut Gems” is a singular viewing experience brought to life by the Safdies and their talented crew, offering 100% glorious chaos for 130 minutes as the story follows one trouble man’s desire for redemption he hasn’t earned. The illness of this endeavor is outstanding, and while the viewing experience is often akin to being buried alive, there’s not a moment in “Uncut Gems” that isn’t completely intoxicating. Read the rest at


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