I liked it.. but there's still a lot of questions
unanswered... and why did it go all Refn
for a second there towards the end ?
if HAL 9000/KITT/RoboCop/Steve Austin
were one thing implanted into a Tom Hardy's
long lost brother or whatever.. Loved lots
about it, went in not knowing anything,
went to see it on a whim. Surprised by but
appreciated the gory kills. The VR people
in the abandoned building was cool.
If it'd been a lil longer and expanded
a bit on this future, or maybe if there'd
been more people to kill I'd have rated it higher.
Still one of the better films of this year, and
afterwards I got pasta... (so, a good day.)
Bought it on blu-ray a week ago, been in the process of moving into a new house so was too busy to sit and re-watch it but finally got around to it last night. OHHH YEAAAHH!! PURE FUCKING INSANITY!!!
Just as mind-blowing and epic as when I saw it in theaters. Turned the volume on the tv way, way up and soaked it all in again. Really letting the sand brush my face and the fire singe my hair. Goddamn…
A genre mashup that is now so ingrained in my mind that I am sure the gritty nature of it will only start to burn faster over the next several days. I went blindly into this, aside from skimming some of the other reviews on here, and even though nothing was spoiled I knew I was excited and in for a wild ride. Indeed what an epic adventure into the old west where the air is harsh with malaise and…