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The latest episode of The Movie Breakdown is saying good-bye to November in the form of four movie reviews. We have three Netflix originals for you, and at least one of them we consider a best of the year contender. We have Ron Howard's latest picture in the adaptation of a best-selling book in Hillbilly Elegy. We also have a gothic romance that is both an adaptation of a best-seller and a remake of a Best Picture winner in Rebecca. The final original is the directorial debut of Radha Blank in a feature that she also wrote, produced and stars in The 40-Year-Old Version. Then we review a movie held up as a comedy classic and a sequel to a picture we discussed last week in the Peter Sellers starring A Shot in the Dark. After all that, we look at the movie Freaky and we point out key aspects of it that studios should learn for future movies.
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The Movies' Four-Star Rating
The 40-Year-Old Version **** (CS & SM)
Hillbilly Elegy * (CS) & ** (SM)
Rebecca ** (CS) & *½ (SM)
A Shot in the Dark ***½ (CS & SM)