‘Last Night in SoHo’ is fun, but slick and superficial, says critic

Thomasin McKenzie stars as Eloise and Anya Taylor-Joy as Sandie in Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night in SoHo.” Photo by Parisa Taghizadeh / © 2021 Focus Features, LLC

Critics review “Last Night in SoHo,” the British psychological-horror film starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Thomasin McKenzie; “Antlers,” a horror movie that follows an Oregon teacher played by Keri Russell; “Violet,” a film about learning to ignore the nagging voice in your head; “Passing,” a black and white film starring Tessa Thompson; “The Souvenir: Part II,” the sequel to the 2019 film of the same name.    



  • Tim Grierson - senior U.S. critic for Screen International, vice president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, and author of “This Is How You Make A Movie” - @TimGrierson
  • Amy Nicholson - host of the podcast Unspooled and film reviewer for the New York Times - @theAmyNicholson