Brie, the change you want to see in the world.
Review at The Incredible Suit
A fulsome and robust apology for the dreck that was Rogue Nation, Fallout sees Christopher McQuarrie take action directing to levels that must surely have Danny Boyle and Barbara Broccoli feeling ever so slightly like shitting themselves. Helped in no small part by Lorne Balfe's occasionally Zimmeresque score, McQuarrie hews eerily close to Christopher Nolan here, his shot choices and editing taking this franchise way beyond anything it had ever previously promised. The connective tissue between the set pieces is,…
This aimless, lifeless, bafflingly uncinematic and aggressively glum slog through the pretentious whinings of a deeply unlikeable protagonist is exactly as much fun as it sounds. Whoever thought they could make a Morrissey biopic without the use of any of his music should have had something considerably better than this up their sleeve, because if you take away the music what are you left with? A self-absorbed anal retentive with no obvious talent who thinks the world owes him a favour, and who wants to watch that?