Whenever the more dramatic elements overtake the movie gets quite boring.
Whenever it deviates into the absurd (e.g. nuns insulting a peasant) it's rather hilarious.
Unfortunately though this kind of stops after the first act.
If you ever wondered what would happen to Tim Allen's character from Home Improvement if he'd end up in a post-apocalyptic world – here you go.
Now we've come so far that Max eats double-headed lizards and turns into Sir Gruntsalot without even for one second matching the charismatic performance Mel Gibson delivered with his interpretation over 30 years ago.
What a wonder also that whereas in The Road Warrior everyone was hunting for gas – because it was so…
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If someone were to put a gun to my head and make me decide to either rewatch the Ghostbusters reboot or Rogue One I'd probably say "just pull the trigger".
This is The Force Awakens all over again, all the bad and the ugly with nothing good close in sight. In a way it's even worse.
I will never understand why Disney felt they needed to tell this story. There is no point to it. Everyone already knows how Rogue…