JR.’s review published on Letterboxd:
watching modern blockbusters makes me feel like a hermit rocking back and forwards in the corner of a room muttering "fury road, it's...it's everywhere..it is part of us"
I did dig it. The movie is clearly communicating to the audience through the broadest strokes possible, and grandeur is clearly its focus. In spite of this, my favourite moment was the crew was just about to leave for the island, and larson is just taking photos of the soldiers. Its one of the few movements I've seen the plucking a young indie director to make a big budgeter, and seeing moments of that sensibility shine through.