I liked the movie a lot and what it has to say, engaging us from beginning to end, twirling around in the conflict that builds up bit by bit, realistically. The thing I believe isn't great is how it dumps everything straight at us. The story doesn't prioritize character, it prioritizes the meta-literary things it has to say, building the conflict around it.
When a puede of art is so obvious about what it wants to say, everything dilutes.
The acting is amazing but there ara few moments where John David Washington doesn't pull of the performance.
I loved the story and I learned a lot about filmmaking, a career I want to peruse. But, is Sam Levinson the one to tell this story?
THIS MOVIE WAS AMAZING!
It's beautifully animated, taking advantage of the style and exploding it at its maximum, the soundtrack adds a layer of depth and gave me chills the whole movie, the voice acting is great and the story is perfect, with an amazing message and deep meaning.
This movie shows about being different and being discriminated by it, but it also teaches us about how there are different perspectives in life and that we should try viewing them all. It demonstrates the power of friendship, family and love, in an amazing tale fit for adults and kids alike!
Once again, another great Apple TV+ original.
Let's start from the beginning (or at least the beginning at our perspective): If you've only seen the movie once, you can't criticize it. This movie is Christopher Nolan at its best, rawest, more complex, and most polarized.
The film explores entropy, free will, and other topics to hard to explain. The first thing you think is that there isn't enough character development, but if you really pay attention (by watching it a second time) you'll see that there's a lot of depth that you simply didn't catch the first time.
It's an amazing concept worth exploring and I really hope that a second movie will come eventually. The last thing I want to say is to emphasize one phrase at the end said by Neil: "What's happened, happened. Which is an expression of fate in the mechanics of the world. It's not an excuse to do nothing."
Please watch it with an open mind and then watch it again until you see the masterpiece it is.