True History of the Kelly Gang
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Outstanding documentary of Dylan's most creative period.
Great performance by Moore who had a poor script with unbelievable acts by the main characters in the last half to contend with.
Improbable, but lots of fun!
This is by no means a great movie, but it is an enjoyable summertime romp and a wonderful way to escape the heat and reality for a few hours. Luc Besson dusts off some of his old classic characters, including an apparently weak and defenseless woman who becomes more than a match for the men and evil doers surrounding her (a la the Professional and Fifth Element) and a Korean villain channeling Gary Oldman in the Professional, and gives them an update. Morgan Freeman plays a professor studying cerebral capacity who learns a few things from Lucy and who has some of the hardest lines to deliver with a straight face, like "I don't think mankind is ready for her", a profound understatement delivered with aplomb by a consummate professional. There is no doubt that cinema snobs and some reviewers will find much to criticize, but if you can enter the willing suspension of disbelief state this is a great ride! I'd file it in the guilty pleasures genre and will certainly add the bluray to my library when released.