A very light movie, I think, although involving some heavy and perhaps, despairing assumptions - it must feel like an absolute nightmare to relive a day again and again. And again and again. And again and again. And although I'm glad that the movie presents this airy-fairy mood to it, it does touch on the dark stuff as well, making me wonder what would happen if things didn't go so well. As it is, it's a nice, feel-good family movie which I ought to watch one more time to grasp its full concept.
Where to start... it felt so bland. The main character wasn't charismatic at all. The only character I was more interested in was Four. The world-building does not make sense to me. Why is it so hard for there to be a Divergent? Am I expected to believe that people can conform to a single quality/format? There can't be a brave and an intelligent person at the same time, otherwise they're slain? How can this society work?
Maybe I have to read the book. And I missed the first five minutes, so this impression will be updated.
I'm blown away by how much blood, sweat and tears these developers give to create a game so that we, casual gamers, can enjoy it. Granted, I haven't played that many indie games; however, this movie has certainly given me a whole new appreciation for the many, many hidden gems that are out there and that don't get as much publicity as the mainstream ones.
I started watching this documentary with excitement and glowing eyes as I listened to the…