Not just one of the most visually astounding movies of recent memory, but also one of the most thematically rich. It takes the most interesting aspects of the original film and brings them to the forefront of the story, exploring the ambiguous distinction between reality and memories through a series of beautiful sci-fi vignettes that come together into an entirely cohesive whole. The first two hours are admittedly way stronger than its final act, which leans a…
Completely saved by Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley’s hilarious performances, which go way beyond the words on the page and make this really funny from start to finish. The story itself isn’t that surprising or compelling at times, as it doesn’t fully lean into the ridiculousness of its premise, but the characters are fun and the actors are clearly having a great time. There are much worse ways to pass two hours.