A singular account of a compelling crime story, from the man at the centre of it all, works as an interesting assessment of perspective and the very nature (and possible shortcomings) of storytelling itself; but never shakes off the feel that this is a re-telling that has been carefully crafted and rehearsed.
An intriguing, if not ultimately underwhelming delve into the infamous 2007 murder of an English exchange student at her home in Perugia, Italy, and the subsequent finger pointing at a young American woman named Amanda Knox.
While it never burrows deep enough into the intricate details of the mysterious, brutal case - in the same way some more recent crime docs have done - it does, however, work as an interesting character study of all those involved (and possible ulterior motives) - from the suspects themselves, to the investigators, local police, and journalists closley following events as they unfolded.
Thanos demands your silence.
He also demands you watch 18 films beforehand, and your money at the cinema desk to help claw back that astronomical budget.
That said, this is a film that wonderfully plays to the core fans (those who sacrificed their time to watch The Dark World) and rewards their dedication with a 2.5 hour Return of the King style battle-for-earth-athon, where Tony Stark will once again find even more implausible ways to suit up, teenage Peter Parker…