A great tale of symmetries, tigers, spiritual knighthood, ignominious characters and a few honorable creatures in a deadly embrace of blades. I'm convinced this would have been J.L Borges' favorite movie.
From the department of unpopular opinions...
It's amazing. Not the movie, which is good, but the universal praise it has gathered.
The 12 years/same cast approach (note that I don't say gimmick, I think it's legitimate) that drove most people into the theater has taken the back seat to an even more rare phenomenon: universal praise. After all, the n years/1 cast approach has been done before. However neither the Antoine Doiniel series nor "56 and up" did 100% in…