Three-sentence reviews of Yule season movies

Wonder Woman (2017) directed by Patty Jenkins

Who can end the Great War? Only a Wonder Woman, right? Still, feminist vibes or not, if you manage to watch a 141-minute movie in half an hour and you don’t feel you’ve missed something important, that fact alone remains rather a bit telling…

 

 

Manhattan Undying (2016) directed by Babak Payami 

 

A vampire approaches a talented artist and asks him to paint her portrait, so she can see herself for the first time. Cliches, thy name is vampire. BTW you know a guy is an artist when he has longish hair a la Kurt Cobain, snorts cocaine like a vacuum cleaner and has a serious lung problem… overall not impressed although the ending was nice.

 

Oblivion (2013) directed by Joseph Kosinski

Of course the Earth is on the blink of destruction and of course Tom C. has to save all the

mankind while piloting a white, sperm-shaped craft into a giant space uterus . Still let me tell you it was a great visual experience and not the worst Tom C. movie I’ve ever watched. Overall I was pleasantly surprised even though the plot was rather repetitive.

 

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6 Responses to Three-sentence reviews of Yule season movies

  1. blodeuedd says:

    Wonder women was so meh. I honestly do not get why everyone raved about it

  2. heidenkind says:

    How did you watch Wonder Woman in half an hour? I liked the part on the island. Everything after that was totally meh

  3. Carole Rae says:

    Welcome back my dear! You have been missed.

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