Almost every moment with Anya Taylor-Joy is super fun other than Magik's blatant racism early on. It's not remotely played as being okay in the movie but still an odd choice.
I had really hoped that this was going to be a sleeper hit but it just doesn’t come together as well as I wanted. If some of the awkward dialogue had been cleaned up this probably would have played out a lot better.
It struggles to be a coming…
Well, I didn’t love it.
But they keep saying ‘We live in a twilight world’ for reasons I won’t divulge here but, wow, I too, live in a Twilight world...
In all seriousness I just think there was too much going on and not enough time to do it right. I’ll catch it again at some point when it’s available for home watch and see if my opinion changes.
Big fan of the big ideas, not huge on a lot…