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May 4, 2016 - Finding Carter

The Lobster

(May 13th) Greek executive Yorgos Lanthimos creates deeply bizarre movies, and his latest, The Lobster, positively belongs on that list: it’s a dystopian comedy where singular people are remanded to a hotel, where they contingency tumble in adore within 45 days, or be incited into animals. Colin Farrell stars as one such detrimental person, looking for intrigue in a hurry. Ecstatically perceived during a festival run, The Lobster is reportedly offbeat, hilarious, and kind of terrifying, generally for singular people. The Wes Anderson-sized expel of informed names (Rachel Weisz, John C. Reilly, Ben Whishaw, Léa Seydoux, Olivia Colman) is also a draw, though mostly it’s about a doubt of either this is a film where Colin Farrell becomes a lobster. — Tasha Robinson

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