comrade_yui’s review published on Letterboxd:
walter hill, ridley scott and michael mann all figured out the special secret formula to making a great movie in the 80s: just pour gallons of water onto the streets so you can capture all those sweet, sweet reflections on celluloid. yet at some point in the 2000s, filmmakers forgot this secret, and as a result, cinema has become much, MUCH worse. bring back the wet pavement!!!