“It’s like they took the even-numbered pages of a half-dozen sci-fi novels and put them into a Markov generator.” - my flatmate
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is the dumbest sci-fi movie I’ve ever seen. It is so dumb that I’m having trouble with the usual main point of my reviews, which is who should see it.1 The shortest possible answer, then, is “nobody”; you should just go watch the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie again instead.
Ahhh…back to the good stuff. Much more to say on this one.
The episode opens with the aftermath. Ginoza’s crew wonders if it’s really over…but even if it is, they’ve still got one thing left.
This is coming late: I saw Fury Road about a month ago now. I, um, don’t have much to say about it because it was pretty much what it said on the tin. I’ve been telling people it’s the closest thing I’ve seen to River Tam Beats Up Everyone, except with Charlize Theron instead of Summer Glau.
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