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the renaissance of love and its triumph over everything that tries to contain it or step in its way, transcending time, space and even life and cements it as immortal in a franchise that has always been devoted to its role and power and the one of faith. doesn’t flow as smoothly as the originals do and is more precisely focused on characters than humanity as a whole, but it never really needed those elements in the first place for…
one of the most beautiful and exciting movies of all time. a celebration of the rest of civilization, united and driven by faith and determination to defend humanity’s last bastion, as its savior is launched on his final quest to end the war and make the ultimate sacrifice while his nemesis is launched on an endless path of destruction in both worlds. as long as the segment of the battle of zion can feel to some, not a single second…
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