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    It's like they took all the disparate Bond styles and combined them into one film.
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    Everything is so dull and boring, it's not even fun to make fun of.
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    Finally a good, no, *great* Thor film. Hilarious through and through.
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    Pan's Labyrinth is better. But still a lovely film, if a bit safe (for a fish-lover film.)
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    Villeneuve can make a good movie. Ford isn't here much, which is good. Needs less Leto.
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    Can be fun... but not nearly fun enough. Most of it's a poorly written slog.
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    More of the same. Fun, but nothing more.
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    Relishes that 1940's Southern draawwwwlll. A mighty fine take on racism, class, and PTSD.
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    Stylistically same, but the plot is a little too ridiculous, and overall a waste of time.
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    M. Night needs to make more of these fun B-movies. All the McAvoys are great.
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    All you need to know is that the protagonist's name is Dar.
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    I liked it more than the first, even though it still relies on cliches and poor dialogue.
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    Good, but you're not missing anything if you don't see it.
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    Nolan is colorblind, which means all his films downplay reds and greens. I can't unsee it.
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    Despite black & white and subtitled, I was entranced. Humanizes the untold stories.
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    Horribly nauseating editing. I tuned out before the action really started.

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