The Painter and the Thief
The Half of It
The Vast of Night
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I beg to differ, the origin is known, this was purely down to Haz Dulull !
What a dog's dinner. The not so special effects from a special effects guy ? Right from the get go, we have "comms" between earth and mars ? That's a new one. The rocket separation stages where the rocket starts moving both horizontally and vertically ? I could go on, but I'd be wasting more of my time. I think the Kubrick estate might want to take a look at this one.
I read a comment that "Hardy is unrecognisable as Capone" ? He looks like Hardy and nothing like Capone, in any shape or form ? The movie is like Lynch's homage to Cronenberg's homage to Lynch ? Hardy, you have already done Bronson, you can't turn him into a different type of notorious gangster without changing the nuances ? It's hardly a surprise that this sat on the shelf for 2 years and slipped out under the cover of a pandemic. This is terrible.
I know people who can put jigsaws together with force that make more sense than this ? Greenwood so overplays the gung-ho profanity, it's embarrassing. What is it with Hawke sucking his cheeks in for the duration of the movie ? He got so close with Training Day, but he's Z List and then some.
This is what sci fi geeks live for. Damon chose two projects, of a similar nature and whilst he was superfluous in Interstellar, he nails this in every way possible. To get emotionally involved in something of this nature, is quite a feat.