Nolan not only tells the biography of one of the most important people of the 20th century, but raises philosophical and ethical questions about the relationship between the creator and his creation, the inability of people to comprehend the power of technological progress, and human nature, torn between creation and destruction.
Universal Studios, for lack of anything better, built an advertising campaign around the only spectacular element of the film - a nuclear explosion. But it is as muffled as possible in the picture, Nolan focuses not on the destructive power of nuclear weapons, but on the reaction of people.
Barbie is not a lazy work, more inventive than most Marvel movies, Greta Gerwig tries to bring life to the dead, fundamentally problematic world of Barbie. She deftly balances between the interests of a studio, a corporation, an audience of millions, and her own need for creative self-expression. This is literally a film for everyone, only spoiled by the overload of characters and events and haste in some moments.
I am not usually a fan of the next movie in a series, but this one was fantastic. Overall a very good story line for a sequel, beautiful cinematography and even better movie score. The action scenes were incredible, I can't think of one thing I disliked. Cruise truly believes he can save movie theaters. If he keeps making movies like this.. oh my. Excellent!
Very excited to see Ewan and Hayden reprise their roles. However, this is probably the only bright side of this show.
It beats me how Disney allows such poor writing. There were some intersting ideas and themes, but bad editing and non-sensical character motivations combine for disappointment. Feels rushed, underbaked and under budgeted.