Railroad Tycoon meets Matrix 2.
At times an entertainingly unique movie.
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So there is this boy called Ender. And right from the start Indy tells us he’ll be a great leader. And Indy doesn’t stop telling us that. So the kid kind of just becomes a leader.
This apparently counts as a story nowadays in Hollywood.
They don’t show, they tell and in the process don’t convince.
Horribly lifeless movie and tremendiously bad storytelling.
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This review reportedly contains spoilers.
Monumental and generic at the same time.
Also, look, if the death of one of your characters is meant to be emotional for your protagonist don’t follow it up with humour two scenes later. Decide what you want to do of the two or at least mesh ’em in a way that doesn’t feel off and inconsequential.
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