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An experimental epic space fantasy adventure with mystic knights, dark sorcerers, a young queen, laser gun fights, the magical force, the galaxy before the centralized Empire, and loads and loads of cgi.
A 500-thousand-ton beastie rules the Earth as humans realize they've made a fatal mistake moving into space to find a new home. Solid science explanations that aren't overwhelming. Over-sized humanlike aliens who want everyone to think everything's going to work out just fine, even though they back one kid's plan that everyone else thinks is tantamount to disaster. There's something wrong about those aliens.
Kiri (maybe Killy) is a long-lived, steady-handed, and even-tempered cyborg wandering the multitudinous levels of a megalopolis. People's lives and futures are bleak. The art reflects the bleakness and portrays the overwhelming mood of the city run amok.
Sometimes this film feels like a philosophical economic treatise on the world of numbers.
This film has three best parts:
First is the compliance of the crazy shirtless guy when Will Smith orders him to put down the sword, and then retrieves it with a look of meta-disbelief. Second is the story of the dark lord who ruled the world 2000 years before, which parallel to our world would be the time of Jesus. Third is how easily the cops were corrupted when they saw the wand, which was only a foreshadow for everyone else who heard about the wand.