This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I don't know who to blame for what happened to Professor X but fuck off
Loved it in fragments.
When it reaches its highest moments it soars, but it scrambles to find its focus more often than not and it took awhile after the first act to really gain traction in my eyes.
I wanted to see a lot more of the spiritual and psychedelic side of it that it grasped at, but I was left hanging.
I'm not sure how much of that had to do with studio interference, considering Eggers said he didn't love this cut, but I still appreciated the fuck out of this movie and really was entranced more than anything.
This is two and a half hours of tedious stupidity in the form of incoherent, one-note nonsense.
There really was no point for the six act structure, other than to make the movie seem more important than it actually is.
All of them look and feel the same.
It has no idea how to build tension other than splicing quickly edited shots for shock value.
The 70s throwback cinematography with all the zooms, in the vain of films like Don't…
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