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Wonderstruck (2017, D: Todd Haynes) S: Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams



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Amazon Studios has debuted the first trailer for the new Todd Haynes’ film, “Wonderstruck,” which stars Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams and looks unlike anything Haynes has done before.

Based on the bestselling 2011 young adult novel of the same name by Brian Selznick (“The Invention of Hugo Cabret”), “Wonderstruck” follows the interconnected stories of two children across the span of 50 years. Ben (Oakes Fegley) lives with his family in Minnesota in 1977 and escapes to New York in search of his father. Rose (13-year-old deaf actor Millicent Simmonds), a young girl locked in a house in 1927 New Jersey, escapes to New York to see her favorite film actress. The 1977 story is told in color, while the other is depicted in black-and-white.

Amazon Studios and Roadside Attractions are partnering on the release of the film, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and will hit U.S. theaters in limited release on October 20, followed by a wider release in November.

In his A- review out of Cannes, IndieWire senior film critic David Ehlrich raved, “This is a soul-stirring and fiercely uncynical film that suggests the entire world is a living museum for the people we’ve lost, and that we should all hope to leave some of ourselves behind in its infinite cabinet of wonders.”
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Re: Wonderstruck (2017, D: Todd Haynes) S: Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams

Other than butchering that Bowie song in the trailer, this looks great.
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Re: Wonderstruck (2017, D: Todd Haynes) S: Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams

Cannot wait to see this.
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Re: Wonderstruck (2017, D: Todd Haynes) S: Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams

This is opening limited this weekend.

69% on RT: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/wonderstruck
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Has anyone gotten to see this yet? I may check this out after work today.
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Re: Wonderstruck (2017, D: Todd Haynes) S: Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams

This will be up on Amazon Prime on Friday.

I saw it in theatres. Some good performances and cinematography, but it was a pretty silly towards the end.
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If you like watching two kids in different eras for 2 hours with little to no dialogue, then this is for you.

Julianne Moore is barely in this thing at all. One of the most boring films I've ever seen.
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