The Fun of Watching Last Night In Soho Movie on Weekend

Watching movies is something that is often done, especially on weekends. Movie lovers mostly stay at home and watch movies. Many of them also go to the cinema – the cinema. Currently, there are many new films that will be airing soon, for example, the film Last Night in Soho 2021 which will be aired this October. According to the schedule, the film will be released worldwide on November 11th worldwide.

Last Night in Soho is a psychological horror film directed by Edgar Wright. Quoted from Wikipedia Edgar Howard Wright (born 18 April 1974) is a British director, screenwriter, producer and actor. He is best known for the comedy Three Flavors Cornetto film trilogy consisting of Shaun of the Dead (2004), Hot Fuzz (2007), and The World’s End (2013), co-starred with Simon Pegg, Nira Park and Nick Frost. He also collaborated with them as a director on the television series Spaced. He served as writer, producer, and director of the film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Together with his friends, Joe Cornish and Steven Moffat, he co-authored the Steven Spielberg film The Adventures of Tintin. Wright and Cornish wrote the script for the Marvel Studios film Ant-Man, which he originally directed before leaving the project.
This time, director Edgar Howard tried something new by bringing a psychological horror genre film, which is a genre he has never directed. Fans of course are really waiting for the director’s gait in this Last Night in Soho movie.

The story begins when Eloise ‘Ellie’ Turner (Thomasin MacKenzie) who comes from a small town, Cornwall, goes to the capital of England, London, because she dreams of becoming a famous fashion designer. After he tried hard, he was finally accepted at a prestigious fashion school in the city. However, after he experienced unpleasant things with his dorm friends, Ellie was uncomfortable in his dormitory and he decided to move and rent a room in the old house belonging to the city. Miss Collins (Diana Rigg).
Troubles begin when Ellie goes to bed, she begins to have dreams about Sandie (Anya Taylor-Joy), a young girl who dreams of becoming a show star in the 1960s. The dream that was initially pleasant then began to turn into a nightmare that led him to the mystery of a mystery that affects Ellie’s life in the future.

Every night, in her sleep, Eloise dreams of a story that takes her to Soho in the 60s about a woman named Sandy (Anya Taylor-Joy) who wants to become a famous singer. Surprisingly they are spiritually connected to each other even though they exist in different eras. This makes Eloise feel even more strange when the events she and Sandy experience are like mirror reflections. He felt something odd that when he was thrown into the ’60s, he turned out to be inside Sandy’s body.

Eloise realizes that Sandy’s life is not as glamorous as it seems. There’s a lot that can’t be seen about Sandy’s real life. If you want to become a famous singer, Sandy there must accept a lot of pressure and demands that make her uncomfortable. Until one day, he was forced to do heinous things to save himself. Things get even more chaotic when Eloise begins to be disturbed by a mysterious figure who threatens her life.

That’s a little review of the story about the film Last Night in Soho. An interesting film that you must watch this November. In addition, there are several films that we recommend you watch including the following, Red Notice (2021), Halloween zabíja (2021), Home Sweet Home Alone (2021), The King’s Man: Prvá misia (2021), Venom 2: Carnage přichází (2021). Well, those are some of the films that I recommend, of course they are films that are very exciting to watch, both with family and lovers. Hopefully it can cheer you up on this weekend’s holiday.

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