Miraculously, it works! Just barely manages not to overstay its welcome even at exactly 90 with credits
Fairy tale, or flat fact?
Somewhere there’s a landfill with like 30 child Haley Joel Osment dolls in it.
Honestly too devastated to come up with anything meaningful here, what a wallop of a movie this is. Totally struck by Brendan Gleeson showing up and giving the Great Replacement Theory speech, but about robots. Spielberg is either too optimistic or naive for that scene to end the way it does.
The personal “Spielberg just wants his mommy to love him”…