Pretty loose and lazy as far as plot reasoning goes.
And they’re still going with the plot points where Taron Egerton must violate a woman to somehow move the story along.
A little heavy handed at times in delivering its message, but thus far my favourite version of King Kong and really quite enjoyable.
I liked that they kept it on the island, and the humour was a surprising plus. I’m not sure if I buy Tom Hiddleston as a rebellious lead and paired with Brie Larson they became a little beige; even Samuel L Jackson’s character was grating and a bit overdone, but the side characters definitely made up for them.
On the one hand I loved it as a sort of love letter to my favourite film genre, not completely a documentary but a lengthy, glossy music video (how I imagine Sofia Coppola would make a documentary) - it's incredibly pretty to watch - and although kind of reaching, I loved the analysis of Eurotrip.
On the other hand, I'm not sure I'm going to take much from having watched it (other than a few films to add to my…