This is the film I’ve been waiting for all summer – one that casts a spell, that fills the theater like a physical force.
Rogue One squanders a good premise on false pathos and needless complexity.
A calculated first step to a possibly interesting trilogy buoyed by interesting characters.
A smartly written, brutally realized western.
A brutal, potent thriller poised on the brink of many borders – political, geographical, and moral.
What are you, really? Sure it’s easy to lose oneself in the trappings of the sci-fi stage upon which you play out your drama. But the truth is apparent very early on. You are a towering human story. Your brush-strokes span a multi-dimensional universe in
No mind-bending drugs required to enjoy this sci-fi action flick.
What do a train and humanity have in common? Nothing.
Rick does not regret buying a ticket for this ride.
As much as I revel in our meeting I know your long and twisted journey establishes a credibility that gives you an almost legendary reputation. From a Japanese military science-fiction light novella that was adapted into a serialized manga and finally into a English graphic