Ralph Breaks the Internet
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A disgracefully entertaining romp that packs an unexpected emotional wallop.
The film sits somewhat uncomfortably between serious and silly. They aren't aided by dodgy CGI that can't disguise the production's limited resources.
This is an ambitious film from an important director that, like its subject, is far from perfect. But it deserves credit for just being there.
Why make a movie about the pre-movie-star Errol?
If the source material is an obvious myth, the movie version - which also includes a yachting odyssey in search of lost gold - is a tone-deaf mess. Avoid.
This is a fun film constructed in a smart way: an anti-high art picture that happily prioritises embellishing legend over recreating life.
As Flynn, Australian actor Thomas Cocquerel...has the looks but neither the accent nor the urbanity required to bring him back to life.
...it swings, swashes, and buckles in a way that the man himself would probably have loved.
More extraordinary than any fictional film script, this 'mostly true' account of Errol Flynn's exploits before Hollywood days is a ripper. Russell Mulcahy has crafted a wonderfully entertaining film filled with exotic locations, action and surprises.
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