I was a little nervous that this wouldn't live up to the hype after opening with a clarinet solo, but it doesn't waste much time getting to the epic shoot-outs. I have absolutely no idea what is going on in this movie but it features some of the longest and most outrageous gun fights ever put to film. It's not a great movie but it's so damn ambitious and wild that you can't help but appreciate it.
I hate how the media continues to normalize this President as if there actually is a choice. If this documentary does one thing it's to show that Joe Biden, for all his flaws, is at least capable of empathy. Donald Trump has only shown time and again that he only cares about himself, exemplified by putting his reelection bid above the lives of 200,000 Americans. It's shameful and anyone who votes for another four years of this nightmare will be complicit in the deaths to come.
A souless cash-grab that sets the record for most Macguffins and Deus Ex Machina ever in a single film. Every plot point felt like it was made up by a 7-year-old -- "And then this happened! And then this happened!" -- without any regard to what came before. Was there an Episode 8.5 that I missed? Two stars for some visually interesting shots and a lesbian kiss that is sure to piss off the Star Wars incels.