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Unrest is a real eye opener. An incredibly moving film, dealing with difficult issues. The structure of the film led by Jennifer Brea gives an insight into what people who suffer from ME go through every day. The personal feel behind the camera is evident and adds to the dynamic of the film. Unrest brings to the public eye a condition which is little understood, but crying out for greater public awareness. The brave people who have experienced ME in their life, whether themselves or through family members need a voice - and Jennifer Brea grants them a platform here. Unrest is by no means an easy watch and at times it is very unsettling to see someone suffering so, but it is an excellent documentary that should be embraced worldwide.
Gods of Egypt has had a lot of bad press and reviews, mostly with good reason. However, if you look past some of its obvious flaws there is a good time to be had. The cast is pretty impressive and we must remember this is a story about Egyptian gods, supernatural figures. The story is going to be far fetched and fantastical! The action in Gods of Egypt is exciting and certain scenes, such as when Set's hunters find Horus and Beck, makes for great viewing. Underneath the flaws there is a good story, involving many known themes. A fun story about love, betrayal, supernatural powers and a sense of purpose, well worth a watch.
Decent CGI, a good cast of actors and an average plot leads to a average movie. A good time if you like killer croc movies and worth a watch, but nothing special.