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What is Antonioni trying to express? Did he feel sorry for the American students, or think they got what they deserved? Nice soundtrack though.
It would be great to set up a fight between the Thai cop and Robert McCall in The Equalizer.
I never imagined James McAvoy can be as hideous as that. But I don't see why there should be a sequel.
Judi Dench is great and it's interesting to learn the cultural clashes brought by the British Raj. However, we also witnessed how the Indians got exploited by colonialism.
Although Hugh Grant is having more and more wrinkles and getting more floated, I must say I really enjoy his villainous performance here as the charming antagonist persecuting Paddington.