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A badass protagonist trying to return home ✅
Random flashbacks of his wife and daughter ✅
Having to protect some random little girl ✅
Turning to her mid fight and saying “run” ✅
Being tough but also having a nurturing side✅
Having sick ass muscles ✅
Using dope weapons ✅
Surviving in nature ✅
Having to fight fucking dinasours✅✅✅
This movie appeals to the father in all of us. I dig it.
I loved this. I’m so happy that the infamous, complex, odd, larger-than-life egomaniac that was Napoleon is now portrayed by the most brilliantly awkward and off-putting actor of his generation - Joaquin Phoenix. What a fantastic casting choice that allowed not only this character, but also this entire film to go in a direction that is so obviously different than other historical European biopics not named Amadeus. Nothing about this felt boring or pompous or up its own ass.…