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Virtual Oasis, and bleak future-Ohio slums where actual bodies reside
Are the two worlds here. Some real clunkiness in the screenplay aside,
So much here's genuinely funny and clever.
I could watch Rylance’s Halliday forever,
Loved the audacious set pieces, and embraced this thrilling ride.

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Demise of their nemesis McGregor (grumpy sod)
Spells momentary freedom for this animal squad.
Creature effects: beautifully-rendered.
But various tonal shifts tended
To feel somewhat awkward (and came across as odd).

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So here's a bunch of smart, pretty people in space, On the ISS (cue co-operating human race). But these characters had me surprised At some actions (ill-advised), In this quite ridiculous, but scary / fun survival-chase.

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Despite two usually charismatic leads at the fore, Sadly the direction and some script elements equal snore. And engagement wanes fast Because it's impossible to get past The morally repugnant, unconscionable act at its core.

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A tearing apart of brothers once loving and devoted. (Differing allegiances mean the relationship's demoted) Though some problems (including pace) There's that spectacular chariot race ...

From Baby Dory's eyes to Hank's version of ranting, It's full of delights. Also, expertly implanting Messages re: disability; inclusion. Many visual treats? Yes, a profusion. It's a sequel that's quite charming and enchanting.

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Judy (daughter of breeders most prolific) Has a dream that's quite specific. Beautiful lessons about diversity And about overcoming adversity. Highlight: Bateman, who's really quite terrific.

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Young mortal Bek comes to god Horus' aid. Over-bloated video game creatures are slayed. Yes, the casting feels wrong, And the film dragged on too long. Like Butler's solarium visits, its welcome: overstayed.

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