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Corey Lightner’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Pacing is a bit too long, better message, emotional and lighter than the original. Quality acting!
Cliche villain trope of nerdy turned powerful...which surprisingly didn’t bother me. Villain isn’t fully in action till the last bit of the film. Explores human truth in greed and desire.
Plot holes: Main villain seems unrealistically invincible with wishing them and rules. Love interest of Diana, his actual body - wassup with him as a regular person? Like the body he's in, does he not have responsibilities that he's missing out on.
Little light on the action but this film seems more emotionally driven. Villains suffer no seen consequences for their actions.