A couple of thoughts in no order:
1. Kind of a bummer that the revolutionaries are the villains of the movie and don't really get any complexity until that last scene with Luke.
2. Surprising to remember that Cuaron can really shoot an action sequence better than most action directors.
3. But why does he suddenly switch to having the camera be part of the scene in the last fight through the refugee camp with the blood splatter on the lens etc?
4. Related to 1: A lot of criticism about this movie seems to take its critique of Capital as a given. And, sure, that's not unrelated to the establishment of intense nationalism and the other ills of this film, but the film really doesn't seem that concerned with Capital as such. I'll probably watch the Zizek video essay and this'll make more sense.