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Glad to watch on Amazon Prime this 2 hour insanity into the world of the Joker where Gotham city is ruled by wealthy white supremacy. Classic boast-wealth stereotype is Batman's father who seems to act like I am rich and superior and sees a majority of poor-class citizens mostly white people as idiot clowns. As for the Joker himself, the laughter is still in its early stages of insanity not quite there yet where clothing will become more varied in fashion as his character progresses into becoming a crime lord with powerful leadership over his gang of clown citizens in future life events. I sense another Joker movie sequel /*\
Most impressive vehicle stunt technology is the motorcycle and I would have expected more of it by that enemy terminator in the grand finale in Samoa - probably my minor suggestion if I was director/ writer of the movie simply because the Fast And Furious franchise is based mainly on fast advanced vehicles with ridiculous deadly stunt scenes in scenic famous sites. Well worth seeing it in 4K either on bluray format or Amazon Prime with comedic unforgiving-friendly Hobbs and Shaw.
Probably what's missing ingredient is some animal gymnastics on how to defeat the enemy humorously, such as monkeys throwing nuts at these hoodlums, or anything on the dinner table to make the audience lose their marbles. Visually very stunning if watched on a 4K TV.
Spectacular snowy mountain scenes, reminds me of National Geographic with amazing high definition photos - scenes like this in the movie just prevents me from thinking negative thoughts and fears about animal ferocity, knowing for sure that it is just a board game/ video game and hopefully none of these animals get to escape into the real world, for example, in a football stadium full of spectator sports fans that love cheering their football heroes, or enter a funpark like Disneyland creating all kinds of havoc and destruction. For now, definitely excellent for 4K bluray for 4K lovers of high definition besides those who still like DVD or 2k bluray, especially the characters with their changing funny multi-racial/ male or female hero avatars that seem much more stupidity than usual.
Watched cinema movie with friend this morning during these Christmas public holidays. The Sith can be impossible to defeat - but if these galactic terrorists survive and behave like one giant hive of bees in one place, on a single uncharted planet, then they can be doomed if out-numbered, not by minimal numbers of surviving Jedi activists, but by also non-Jedi planet civilians, ordinary alien citizens of a too-vast Star Wars universe, no Sith can see nor supervise. The movie is like giant jigsaw puzzle of plot scenes that don't make much sense because you get carried away with constant action and character drama, with very little scenes of serenity or calmness where feelings of spiritual love and family are involved, trying not to fall asleep during these short quiet scenes. It will definitely take more than just one viewing to experience the whole film, definitely for fans who want to re-visit the cinema or wait for the DVD/ 2K/ 4K bluray release. The battle finale is not as colorful and bright on a sunny day like the forest battle in Return Of The Jedi - very gloomy monochromatic blue-black battle scenery so we don't get to see true color detail definition of ships, aliens and clothing wear. Nevertheless I definitely believe that the Sith cannot be destroyed - as long as the Jedi survive, so that means that the Star Wars franchise must persist hopefully with colorful detailed daylight battles where everything is not revealed in night-time dark scenery /*\