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Far less composed than the first, and there's definitely fun in how inconsequential everything is, but there's just no cohesion between the wonderful, meaningless chaos and the traumatic baggage at the centre of it. Feels super flimsy, mostly carried by fun performances and cartoon logic, but ultimately lacks the punch and pace of the first. A disappointment, but a fun watch anyway.
"No more dead cops!"
Nolan licks, nae- eats, police state boot for 2 hours 30 mins, violently pushing for a system that has a militarized police van in every poor neighbourhood, and admits to every cop practicing brutality but through a lens of heroism, necessity, and "order". 95% of the dialogue makes the case for protecting private property at all costs, and those that don't value it as God, determined by god as a natural order, and above…
Today I will be watching Chicken Little on repeat until midnight. In a couple weeks I'll present the effects it had on my mental health and my views on the film to a group of friends in a zoom call. Round 7.
the movie muted, in its place i played The Disintegration Loops. i've watched chicken little 7 times today, but finally i have transcended.
looking past action and event: seeing only movement; my VLC player freezing, throwing pixels into…