Sharon Carter gives the worst eulogies. So much unrelated exposition for a funeral speech.
Why does this film use floppy disks if it's set at present day?
Edit: God bless the interwebs, the director's already answered that (www.inverse.com/article/41844-red-sparrow-floppy-disks-scene-jennifer-lawrence).
This film was a stupid as Russel Crowe’s English accent. But to be fair, the film is stupid in an enjoyable way.
I am confused by the geography of the film. Tom Cruise and pals crash land in Surrey. There’s a chase scene, then a nice chat in a pub (which looks like a pretty fake British pub... rarely see an actual pub with that many Union Jacks everywhere). They exit the pub into the streets of Oxford, where they conclude they must get to London. (Surrey is south of London, Oxford is north of London).
RIP The Dark Universe.