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One day someone has to write a script with heart and brain for Robert Rodriguez. Just something decent for him to wrap his spectacle around. For now, the Alitas will entertain but disappoint.
Sorry, Jamie, you should have known this was going to be a mess long before you started shooting. You must have seen the plot holes from space.
It's not quite as great the opening sequence suggests it could be, but it is my favourite film of 2017 thus far. As clever as but not so stuck-up as anything the Oscars and Golden Globe had to offer.
Watching this for the second night in a row. Apparently I have a thing for Sigourney Weaver.
Enjoyably weird and surprising. This little movie deserved more fanfare. (A pity the three other people in the cinema didn't seem to get the jokes.)
The ghost of George Lucas' terrible writing has finally been laid to rest. (And nice to see that one of the writers of fan favourite, 'Empire Strikes Back', was called on to help out.)
And Daisy Ridley joins the ranks of Mel Gibson and Harrison Ford as cinema's best runners.
Welcome back, Shane Black. We missed you.
Critics right in every regard: Looks good, Cruise gives it his all, but much ado about nothing in the end. Production values deserve more of a storyline.
Just got home from this quirkly little thriller. Pity that director Joe Wright has fallen into the Sam Mendes motif that, for a film to be serious and deep, it must have a brutal or miserable ending. Like Atonement'. They really had to die? It couldn't be one of those triumph of the human spirit thingies?
Okay, I get it that Robert de Niro gets second billing to a younger, able, if not more talented, star. But who the dinges is Abbie Cornish? De Niro has to play third fiddle to her?
Okay, not as smart as 'Spaced', 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz' - long will Edgar Wright be measured by these - but it's way over the top in a funny, cute way. Aimed at the 20-year olds of the world, but if my screening is anything to go by, they'll miss most of the wordplay.