Christopher Nolan finally resists his perverse urge to explain everything in the final act and produces a rather decent hour and 45 of angst and sheer panic in this slightly twisted still life from the early days of the war.
Good job, Chris. No more sci-fi for you!
The Autopsy of Jane Doe
A few creepy moments, some cheap scares… Not bad. If you like that sort of thing. Which I do. Watch it if you enjoy Prince of Darkness and Re-Animator and that whole kind of thing. Nice.
Not as stream-of-consciousness as earlier outings, which isn’t really that strange, seeing as it is an autobiography of sorts. Still unmistakably Jodorowsky.
Not too bad for a History Channel dramatisation.
Bøndenes Brorskap: Franske Fristelser
Pål Erik Gulliksrud
The latest cult classic. I’m not going to bother saying anything about it. Just watch it, that’s an order.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
What to say…. Should I mention the shouting drama performed by the really bad actors? The constant lack of steady-cam? Or the whiney “boohoo, what’s the rebels ever done for meeeeee”-scenes? Or maybe I should mention the horrible CGI – I’m certain I saw occlusion errors in some scenes. Speaking of CGI, I should probably gloss over the fact that Moff and Leia were CGI-characters. And let’s pretend to ignore the shitty dialogue, and the stereotypical table-top RPG-plot. And to even consider criticising the physics modeling would just be silly.
Oh, I know; Not as awful as Episode 2. Not quite as awful. Probably.
Oh, by the way, a happy bouncy announcy: this officially marks the (jump) start of 2017: The Year Of Weekly Cinema.
Trump willing, etc….