Entertaining but overall fell short. Villeneuve’s world building shines yet again as does the costuming of West, but perhaps the most impressive accomplishment is achieved by Zimmer in his ability to make bagpipes evoke a similar (but not equal) feeling of hearing William’s main title in SW for the first time. Acting performances from an experienced yet small core cast are scattered and thin, still yielding attention despite the drawn out plot execution. Will I watch the second part? Of…
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Ralph Fiennes could get me to watch most movies. Him as a British (read: I don’t know enough to know the specific place his accent is from) countryman just trying excavate his way in the world. He just manages to oscillate between a character with enough passion to stir up the current conversation and another lifelong farming man who wouldn’t dare visit another pub other than the one he started going to when he was 12.
Carey Mulligan is also…