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We’re all in our feels about ‘All of Us Strangers’

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Andrew Scott (left) and Paul Mescal in "All of Us Strangers."
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Andrew Scott (left) and Paul Mescal in "All of Us Strangers."

Every week, Kristopher Pollard from Milwaukee Film and Radio Milwaukee’s Dori Zori talk about movies — because that’s what you do when you’re Cinebuds.

It’s not often that Kpolly and Dori get to share their thoughts about a side-splitting comedy. Maybe it’s because studios don’t put as much muscle behind them these days. Or maybe it’s because the movie-review-industrial complex tends to lean either toward big-budget eyeball-grabbers or smaller award candidates. Either way, the opportunity to review a rollicking, slapstick film doesn’t come up often for our cinephilic duo.

It didn’t come up this week, either.

There are a lot of adjectives you could use to describe All of Us Strangers — mysterious, sensual, entrancing — but hilarious is not one of them. The experience for Kpolly and Dori was quite the opposite, in fact. That’s the kind of emotion you can elicit when packing your film with A+++++ talent like this. Andrew Scott, Paul Mescal, Jamie Bell and Claire Foy have earned their reputations for bringing it to every project, and boy do they bring it to this one.

Were the Cinebuds able to formulate a cogent review of the movie through their misty field of vision? Find out by hitting that “Listen” button above or locating the episode in your preferred podcatcher.

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