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Branson Reese’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
Some absurd, I mean simply preposterous colors in this one.
Even more than the colors I dug how during the climax Tetsu threw a gun at his former mentor and then ran about twenty feet in a different direction and put his hands out and caught his gun which fell down into his hands. I don’t say this in a CinemaSins way. I say this in a “fuck physics, I’m glad the cinema can give us a respite from its iron fist” way.