Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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[To] wants to get us thinking about morality, and our survival instinct, and what's really important in life - conversation starters with value the world over.
You might be surprised at who bends, breaks, or in some cases upholds morals in this dramatic comedy of human greed.
This is a pretty damn good and it's certainly a very timely film dealing with the European market collapse that then trickles down to affect Hong Kong too. I think the movie does a great job at incorporating this very real event into this story and the stories interconnect in a believable and intelligent manner. The cast is very good as well and the story is strong. I think it covers a lot of moral issues and what a person would do in the same situation and it deals with them, again, in an intelligent manner. Johnnie To's direction has always been great, so no problem there. Really it's just a very good film about a very interesting subject, pulled off exceptionally well. I think there are some pacing problems but, for the most part, this is a damn good film.
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