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The Breakdown of 'Amsterdam', 'Mr. Harrigan's Phone' and 'Luckiest Girl Alive'

It is the scariest month of the year, so we can't do an episode of The Movie Breakdown without a horror movie, and Stephen King remains the master of the genre. We review an adaptation of one of his recent novellas in Mt. Harrigan's Phone. We also explore the trauma that can haunt an individual for decades in the Mila Kunis drama Luckiest Girl Alive. We also look at a picture where a murder brings friends back together in the dramedy mystery that is a star-studded David O. Russell directed picture in Amsterdam.

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Movie Star Ratings:

Amsterdam ** (CS) 
Mr. Harrigan's Phone ** (SM & CS)
Luckiest Girl Alive ** (CS & SM)