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Another lacklustre transhumanism sci-fi snore fest that fails on every requisite front to respect and reach Roelfs ambitious, luminous and source-faithful cyberpunk Hong Kong styling.
This razor sharp lurid dystopia ought to yield an atmosphere of intelligent discourse around our potential to simulate human behaviour and cognitive process but ultimately finds imaginative ways to pass on any such sociological reflection.
The edit room cutting of Pitt's character transformation is probably 2017's greatest crime as he proves thoroughly underdeveloped and little more than an expensive plot device for Johansson's Major/Motoko, an aesthetically brilliant albeit one dimensional turnkey protagonist.
Unsurprisingly, Ghost in the Shell lacks any real script nous or soul leaving Sanders desperately in need of a Ruby Rhod, or 3, and leaving him over-reliant on the handful of brilliantly choreographed set piece action sequences.
With a stellar ensemble cast Clooney deftly delivers a passionate and concise cinematic civics lesson in his second directorial outing. Good Night, And Good Luck proves a masterpiece of intimate dignity. One for the time capsule.
Superb characterizations from Washington and Davis allow navigation of Fences' Broadway source material illustrating that well-written stories transcend the medium. Stellar work.
Both Møller and Zandvliet prove capable in their exploration of war, compassion and humanity. Land of Mine would prove a gripping watch to any viewer but is timed well for genre fans aching for new layers.