His Dark Materials
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Pleasantly diverting but not very cerebral.
Surprisingly absorbing for a movie so threadbare in dialog and plot. Resonates with current news concerning migrants. The ending was good insofar as it left everything unresolved, the way real life really is.
I enjoyed it but it was really just a succession of weird scenes with not a lot to tie them together. It was sort of silly. Could have been a lot better if it had more focus. There's a good movie in there struggling to get out.
I was hoping for a crime movie but this is really a martial arts movie. There's a thin plot to tie together all the fight scenes, but it's really just a bunch of fight scenes with a London accent. I did wonder how a street thug became such a master at martial arts, a question that is just left dangling throughout the entire film.
Seems as if it's taking place in the Walking Dead universe. The only thing that really happens is that the blonde lady forms a weird partnership with the zombie trailing her. Yes she's crazy from the sun and heat but even so, I just couldn't buy this. He's a zombie, for Pete's sake. I managed to watch it through to the end, but it could have been shorter. Much shorter, like a Walking Dead episode. Too much time was taken up with her just talking trash to the zombie.