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On 11/9/17 5:43 PM, Bill Anderson wrote:
> On 11/9/2017 3:06 PM, moviePig wrote:
>> 1880s London, and its murky streets teem with bawdy revelry and murder 
>> most foul.  Unjustly disgraced detective Bill Nighy is assigned to 
>> capture THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM, whose grisly killings defy logic or 
>> pattern.  Nighy's mere presence in this nice production ought to have 
>> been enough to sustain me, but alas, the script seeks to wrap a 
>> baker's dozen of social injustices into its half-baked murder 
>> mystery.  I never had enough time to care about any of them.  
>> Minimally recommended.
> I'm almost enticed to seek it out, but <flips coin> no.

I'll have to look at real reviews first.