A great movie about how the bullshit of rich people should never be tolerated. Also features secret passages, a goat pit and creepy skeletons, and one hell of an 'old dark house'. Instant recommendation.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Disney/Lucasfilm Headquarters. Int. Day.
Rian Johnson: Oh, hey, JJ!
JJ Abrams: Hi Rian, how's it going?
RJ: Great! I just wanted to say that really enjoyed my time making The Last Jedi. It was so exciting to craft a personal film with Disney money. And everyone at Lucasfilm approved it right away because Episode 7 left me with a bunch of mystery-box ideas and set-up that wasn't going to lead anywhere. Who directed that one again?
JJ: Me. I…
Abominable. Chickenshit exploitation of queerness and public persona, in addition to being formally inept. Every single element of this movie is subpar, lacking in nuance and a solid foundation of existence. All of the reaction shots are gold - everyone is lost: in geography, character motivation, respect of authenticity or even some semblance of cinematic coherence. Nothing is even remotely aware of its functionality. The film…