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The Burning Hills (1956)
Some very obvious flaws
Shot the brother three times, but only got one bullet holes on the chest with blood, one bullet shot on the watch, the bullet point tip was protruding out of the watch's back, that bullet was definitely not from a revolver and there was no deformation at all. Then again, he shot the bad rancher three times, one was a gut shot, but that guy was not dead, on the contrary, he was still be able to shout so loudly. Three shots but still alive, man oh man, what a lazy careless arrangements of these lousy scenes.
We go in at Dawn (2020)
If the British fought the war against the Nazi Germany was like what we saw in this lame movie, I doubt even with the help of the Allied force leading by the U.S. the war would be totally lost. What a lousy try that only showed how a bad screenplay, bad directing, B-level actors would have turned a WWII movie into such a tasteless and boring one. The main purpose trying to re-glorify the British during that era was just a waste of time and money, no matter what low budget was invested in it. Viewers should not further waste their own time to watch or rent it, even it only costs $0.99.
The Warrant (2020)
This movie is a best test paper to check if your patience is limited or limitless. I've tried to watch it, but after 30 minutes, I gave up. Lot of unnecessary scenes from the very beginning jungle fights, then gradually deteriorated into an even worse situation. Two guys turned sheriffs or marshals, or whatever, but their law keepers' decals looked more like when Nazi tagged their Jew citizens with a big yellow David Star mark of death candidates, it's just looked so weird.
The screenplay just sucked big time, the dialog funny and clueless, the acting, well, contrite to the extreme since the dialog and the scenarios so awkward that forced them to act awkward and unnatural to match the script and the lousy dialog.
I could see that the production team really wanted to make this movie a serious after-civil war Western, but the lousy screenplay simply couldn't make it possible, even with some creditable actors signed up to get involved. This is another reason why the Western genre movies could never be revived after 1970, only a few among the a few barely got some not embarrassed box office. The Western genre movies are officially declared dead and buried in 2020, there's no way and no sense to make even one more.
Go Back to China (2019)
Actually, it's a pretty decent movie about
The materialism of the spoiled Chinese young generation who took everything for granted with the money their parents earned so hard by their own endeavors and sacrifices. This movie is pretty good, sometimes, even felt better than "The Crazy Rich Asians", a movie focused on the Chinese overseas who live in Singapore. This movie is typical in Chinese style, except all the actors speaking in English.
The shallow materialism is still very strong, but not overly done as in "The Crazy Rich Asians". The leading actress did a pretty good job. Her transformation and development in her characteristic personality was subtle and convincing.
This is a pretty decent movie. Highly recommended.
Baishe: Yuanqi (2019)
Not particularly done
The colors are too thick, strong, too artificially strong, very unnatural. The eyes of the women were over-the-top deformed to the traditional bias by the
Western racism, always insulting the Chinese by describing they got "Slant Eyes", just like the white Americans always insulting their neighboring Mexican people with "Wet Back". Same biased insult also applied to the Chinese words if in English, always using "Bamboo" like thick, distorted letter forms in green or red.
This is not a cartoon that I could appreciate very much, even it's a fairy tale.
Di Jiu Tian Chang (2019)
A quite messy movie resulted by a randomly scripted screenplay and
An indulgent director. The only decent part was the two leading characters as husband and wife. The continued and sudden flashbacks to and fro sometimes even quite confusing, they needed the viewers trying so hard to patch them together and self-realization by themselves, otherwise, the messy hurdles of the scenes might cause some viewing headaches. Some of the scenes and settings were either too long and pointless. The make-up did a great job, showing how this miserable couple had been suffered during such a long period of time under the ironclad of a dictatorship government, but the director only used the wife suffered a forced abortion by the Chinese Communist government and their immediate commissar to show us how the Chinese peoples' lives were so pathetically messed up by the ridiculous Communist laws.
This is a very sad movie to show how the couple suffered the injustice quietly during those chaotic era. Everybody's life was wasted without any probable cause. When their lives finally and gradually changed better, all the sufferings were just water under the bridge.
Te jing dui (2019)
What a clueless mid-of-nowhere farce
Bad and ridiculous script with so many non-talent B-level Western actors and C-level Chinese actors, trying so hard to make believe the Chinese Special Force now is one of the most formidable players to fight against any e foreign or domestic evil militia organization, a lame spin-off of "Wolf Soldier", but not even closer within 1,000 miles. All the fighting scenes just looked stupid and fake enough.
The Gentlemen (2019)
What a big MEH in British typical, badly scripted crap!
I've tried to watch this movie as there're so many actors that I like very much. But it's just turned out a big boring disappointment; well, some kinda pretentious, trying to look cool but absolutely unnecessary failure. American actors were forced to speak with some tight-lipped British accent. The stupid beginning already exposed a predictable one-way developed direction. The blah, blah and blah never stimulated your further interest to keep your focus, just a bunch of guys in suits, coats, windbreakers cursed in British accent trying to give you an authentic British product.
Well, this is definitely not "Dallas Buyers Club", nor any other interesting drug war movie. It's just pathetically trying to create another British style hit-and-run copycat "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)" crap.
Absolutely unwatchable. Extremely NOT RECOMMENDED.
Luo man di ke xiao wang shi (2016)
What a pathetic joke!
Wasted so much production budget and churned out such lousy random mess just make me feel embarrassed for the Chinese movie industries. Chinese are not Jews, they don't have the guts to pay back to the Japanese for what they did to their own people, the only thing they could and dare to do is through this kind of movies to nitpick the bloody stain in Chinese history, find all the excuses to blame KMT. This production was invested and shot in China, so there's only one way direction to be scripted, directed and acted under the censorship of the Chinese Communist government. What millions Chinese suffered, slaughtered, they just blame the corrupt KMT government but covering up the goofy collaboration with the Imperial Japanese military force behind the scene, and used such arrangement to sabotage KMT's efforts to fight against the Japanese invasion forces, by using such opportunity to pilfer and finally overturned KMT's government.
After so many years endeavor to blame everything to the KMT, they are gaining experience to not attack KMT so obviously but subtly made so many movies and TV drama series to brainwash their 1.4 billions Chinese under their control. A movie like this is no exception, but it's very subtle; only those who knew the tricks how Chinese Communist Party manipulates their people would spot them.
This is a very messy, unfocused, randomly patch-up poor job, by shifting forward and backward constantly in a very confusing back and forth crap. They didn't even know how to make it work. It's a shame by signing up so many good Chinese actors and actresses to join a ridiculous and absolutely pointless masquerade. I didn't feel sick when I tried my best to sit through watching, only a silent rage of numbness.
The only thing they did right was the movie title, "The Wasted Times", wasting the Chinese history, wasting all the Chinese lives, time and again. A big NADA out of nothingness.
Chao shi kong tong ju (2018)
A ridiculous shallow farce
The two leading actors were fine, but the whole movie was just terrible, especially the horrible childish soundtrack that further ridiculed the lame screenplay. Most of the actors in this movie also got a serious problem: I think they all needed retraining to learn how to speak clearly, when they spoke fast, all the dialog out of their mouths were unclear.
I think the Chinese, especially the people who live in China, still don't know what are the differences between the 26 English alphabets and the English words. You can't combine those those English alphabets to translate Chinese word by word to pronounce the Chinese original title "Chao shi kong tong ju" into completely meaningless English. "Chao" is not an English word, nor "shi", "kong", "tong" and "ju", they are just totally meaningless pronunciations invented by the stupid Chinese who didn't know putting English alphabets together to pronounce Chinese words meant nothing, the original Chinese title is more than enough to allow their own people understand the meaning of the movie title, but if you want other countries' people to understand what the meaning of this movie title, you must find, translate and put together the movie title in Chinese into a certain meaningful foreign languages. If you just so illiterately put English alphabets to directly match the exact or somehow closer pronunciations word by word, nobody in the non-Mandarin speaking countries will understand WTF they mean, even lot of the Chinese themselves may not understand those words in English alphabets. "PingYing" is not English, "Chao shi kong tong ju" is NOT ENGLISH, if you want to translate these Chinese words into meaningful English, you have to find English words which could somewhat match the meanings of these Chinese words, so "Chao" would be, might be, may be "Surpass, Bypass, Transcend, Cross over...", "shi" means "Time", "kong" means "Space", "tong" means "Together", "ju" means "Reside, Stay, Live..."; these are the English words instead of English pronunciations; so if you translate this Chinese original title into English in a broader literary meaningful English "How Long will I love U" or just rigid word by word translation in English, such as "Surpass the Time and Space to Live Together" is at least understandable to non-Mandarin speaking people; to them, "Chao shi kong tong ju" doesn't mean anything.
As to this movie itself, I could clearly track how many movies in such genre had been copycatted, pilfered, mixed together, patched together by its screenplay writers, adapted and transformed them in Chinese version.
You call this funny?
I've tried very hard to watch this guy's 2006 talk show, but Jesus, what a lousy experience! Not even one sentence was funny, I didn't even smirk on time. This guy is one of the worst so-called comedian. But what I've found even more ridiculous was the clueless laughter of the audiences. This guy's thoughts were shallow, boring and pretentious, you name it. I don't how this guy could have survived so long and so far in the cruel comedian talk show market.
Shao nian de ni (2019)
The Chinese education system
Can you believe it and could you believe that Chinese high school students before graduation still got to recite the textbook loudly all together in the class? They don't seem to have independent thinking, all of them are molded and formatted into the same uniformity. They just try to memorize all the details of their mountainous textbooks to pass the college entry exams. What a ridiculous Chinese education!
Did anybody notice that the crash landing location of that suicide student was way too far away from the building? Yes, she jumped but she's just stepped out and dropped down, not like Olympic high diving competition, it's not possible that she would landed almost in the center of the courtyard so far away the building. It's not logical at all.
A quite boring movie
Only the settings of the battlefield looked pretty good, but asking two young men without enough battle experiences instead of ordering two battle-seasoned old guys to infiltrate behind the enemy line, trying to deliver a warning to another British Battle group was just too ridiculous to swallow. What we saw in this movie was nothing but watching two guys trudging through trenches, bombed holes filled with filthy rainwater and corpses, bob wires...followed with the boring camera for most part of this boring movie. The only tension was when they met a German pilot after his airplane crashed next to them, then.....nothing.
Compare to "Dunkirk 2017", this movie really sucks big time, don't know how this boring movie would win the Best Picture of the 77th Golden Globe award. Not worth a penny.
Little Love (2019)
I can't believe there's still such lousy Chinese movie like this one. The screenplay is so lame, the directing....is there any? Acting? I don't know why there are so morons wanted to throw money for the budget to make so many lousy Chinese C level movies, did they still have live brain cells? Do I need to go further to describe this terrible movie? The answer is NO. DON'T BOTHER.
Meh~~~I couldn't even finish the 1st episode
Jesus, a 27 years old cold case got something to do with the first female constable, Bancroft, who responded the murder call, then she somehow mysteriously did something wrong hiding important evidences to cover up, so the murder case never solved by the police...blah, blah, and blah by all of these British blabbering actors.
"Bancroft" is not well crafted with slow tempo and lousy dialog. It's not wisely directed, cast with boring actors. It seems this Bancroft woman later bought that murder victim's house and constantly suffered deja vu memories for what she did 27 years ago (I just couldn't care less). What a lame twist to make it as the main storyline of the lousy drama series!
This "Bancroft" is another so mediocre crap out of London that I barely had the patience to finish the first episode. It's just so deadly boring. NOT RECOMMENDED unless you really got nothing better to watch.
Au nom de ma fille (2016)
The German legal system is Kinda weird in this movie
This is not a bad movie, but the 27 years legal battle is just too weird and ridiculous. The Germans already admitted their former Nazi Germany did murdered 6 millions Jews, why their legal system would have protected a common practice family doctor even the evidences were so intact? Just because it was a French father of the murdered daughter accusing a German doctor? Then when this sex predator was sued by other girls raped by the same doctor, why the German court exonerated him again? I just couldn't comprehend why this German doctor got so much power to influence the German court. He was not a political person, so why the German legal system protected him? This kinda injustice could only happen in one Party or one strong man controlled authoritarian countries, or the democracy and the legal system were both corrupted, so it could be manipulated by the people in power. The living example: The thoroughly corrupted government in Taiwan. The majority Party controlled judges, prosecutors....They can rewrote Constitution and common laws to suit themselves. They could let a dirty former president and his dirty family out of prison. And I thought such ridiculous case could only happen in Taiwan, but this movie which claimed to be based on a true story simply proved how naive I am. I just couldn't imagine the German legal system is so biased, ridiculous and so corrupted exactly like that of Taiwan.
Xi huan ni (2017)
Okay movie with weak cast, watchable but a bid childish
The cuisines in this movie were so colorful and so eye-appealing. Takeshi Kaneshiro, as Lu Jin, was a good cast but too many close-ups focused on his face that inevitably showed he was already a 46 years old actor, maybe a little bit over to play this role, unless this director was heavily influenced by Hollywood's 1940s to 1960s old movies, full of middle aged, even over 50s older actors to play all the leading Alpha roles in romcom movies, such as Gary Cooper, Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant, Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Randolph Scott...those who dominated the big screen, played the big lovers to those young female actors like Audrey Hepburn....these old guys were all too old to play such roles, because to those young actresses, they looked more like fathers or even grands. So the director requested the casting agency to find a middle aged guy similar to Gary Grant to play this Lu Jin role, and likewise, signed up Dongyu Zhou to play Gu Shengnan, with an under-developed body, no figures at all, flat all over skinny and short young woman, exactly like Audrey Hepburn.
I have to say Takeshi Kaneshiro and Dongyu Zhou most of the time performed well enough, but the comic screenplay and the scenarios sometimes forced them to overact, broad acting too much. But Zhou's face and skinny body made her look too young and too small, exactly like the leek vegi. Then Kaneshiro, on the contrary, seemed to be too old to play Lu Jin, an already over 45 son who was still harshly controlled by his father.
I have to point out some of the actors in this romcom were terrible and no talent at all even this movie was a farcical comedy:
Chiling Lin, as Lu Jin's Personal Chef; terrible! Absolutely NO ACTING TALENTat all! Ming Xi, as Xu Zhaodi; terrible actor with very limited acting talent. Xiaosong Gao, as Gao Fushuai; what a joke. Tony Yo-ning Yang, as Cheng Ziqian; absolutely no acting talent at all. Yi-zhou Sun, as Meng Xinjie; limited acting talent.
So obviously, this romcom was just an okay movie; a comedy with lot of yelling, screaming, cursing and broad acting.
Away We Go (2009)
Are this couple rich enough to choose what they wanted?
So this couple desperately looking for a perfect place to have their 1st born? Are they rich enough to have the money traveling around? Do this couple both have steady high pay jobs and plenty of saving accounts in different banks that could afford them to travel around without financial burden at all? You know why people became homeless? Why people failed to pay monthly rents, ruined their credit scores, then they were not accepted as qualified renters? Traveling is a very expensive activity nowadays, bus, train, airplane tickets, the rates of the motel or hotel everywhere are so expensive now, eating three meals when you are traveling, the cost also shockingly high. There's no way that this couple would be able to travel around in different cities just to find a better neighborhood for their 1st born to grow up healthily and normally. Nowadays, even the top-rated best cities got pedophiles, druggies, molesters, con-artists, drive-by shooters, murderers, homeless people....you name it. Only the rich people who got enough money might have the privilege living in a guarded gated community, only their kids can go to private schools. Guys like you two definitely not qualified or belong to that category and you want to find an ideal place for your 1st born? Is that agenda so important that you two had to drop everything and desperately looking for the best nest for your 1st born?
Jesus, I don't know what kinda stupid screenplay writer(s) scripted out such ridiculous and stupid storyline and scenarios. Do you guys know how and why people became homeless? You guys are so out of touch of nowadays economy, just a bunch of refuse-to-grow-up morons.
It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
This classic got a big flaw
When you cast characters as a family, or when you have different actors to play the same person when he or she was young, then cast another adult actor to play the same person as he or she grew up, there are two very important necessities whenever involved family and age growth.
We have so many actors young and old cast as family members, father, mother, brothers young or old, there's consistence the filmmakers used to overlook: The people live under the same roof, coming from the same parents, the kids undoubtedly would inherit the accent from one of their parents; if the father often with the kids, then the kids, especially the boys, their accent and intonation when speaking would be very similar to their father's accent and intonation. Or if it is the mother who spend more time with her kids, usually, the kids would inherit her accent and intonation when speaking.
But what we got here in this movie is a mess! Samuel S. Hinds, who played Pa Bailey was born in Brooklyn, New York, so he got a Brooklyn accent. Beulah Bondi, she played Mrs. Bailey, was born in Chicago, Illinois, while George Bailey played by James Stewart was born in Indiana, Pennsylvania. James Steward never bothered to change his accent in almost every movie he played, no matter what kind of role it was. His trademark heavy and weird accent and the way he spoke were so unique. Robert J.Anderson, he played the Little George, was born in Hollywood, California. And Todd Karns, he played Harry Bailey as George Bailey' younger brother, was born in Hollywood, California.
So we got so many actors came from different cities and states, and all of them got different accents and intonations when speaking the dialog. How come everybody lived under the same roof, with the same parents, their accents and intonations would be so different? None of them in this movie speaking with the least similar accent, especially George Bailey? It's just ridiculous!!
There's one other big problem when the screenplay involves kids growing up into adults. No matter what, when kids actors growing up, the actors who played their adult roles, there must be some similarities between the kids actors and their adult actors. In "Brothers Bloom (2008)", when young Bloom grew up, the adult Bloom was played by Adrien Brody, a ridiculous casting job! How come a boy played by Zachary Gordon, his face would grow into such huge different facial parts? The huge hooked nose? the slant eyebrows? I just couldn't believe the transformations would be so huge.
James Steward was a great actor with natural acting talents, but his never-changed heavy and weird accent was actually a big flaw in almost every movies he played.
The Brothers Bloom (2008)
The casting got a very serious problem
The two kids and the two adults they grew into were totally different. The younger brother grew into an over 6'1" guy with a enormous huge hooked nose, while the big brother grew into a 5'8" person with an extremely awkward, embarrassed face. There's absolutely no way that could make me believe they could look so differently. There's not a bit of semblance trace that could link the images of the kids and the adults, the younger Bloom couldn't suddenly grow up with a huge nose and slant eyebrows. Ridiculous casting job. The screenplay shouldn't spend a large part to describe their childhood, it should completely omit it and only start the story when these two brothers grew up and did some cons, then it might be more convincing.
Not bad, not bad at all
Dong-seok is a great actor in Korea, he's very talented and extremely versatile to play any role in any kind of genre movie. His performances so far never disappointed me. This time he played Ma Mark, a nobody bouncer, security guard in US, but later he was fooled by Jin-Ki, played by Kwon Yul (an actor his face looked pathetically reformed by plastic surgeries), who fooled him to return to Korean to compete arm wrestling, but mostly for Jin-Ki's own illegal gambling bets.
Dong-seok did a great job to play that superior arm wrestling guy. His natural performance was absolutely realistically believable, while Kwon Yul was forced to play a clown-like con-artist. Kwon Yul looked pretty cool when he wore dark sun glasses, but once he took it off, his bloated plastic surgery puffy face was so obviously starting to coming apart. His performance in this movie's early half was extremely overacted, sometimes more like a jerk, but luckily, the later half part changed him into a normal person with a heart.
Korean movies, even they actually were serious dramas, used to put many clown-like cartoon characters to turned them into what they thought as Comedy, but most of the time, they just turned into disgusting Farce, and ruined everything. It's a very stupid Korean movie-making habitual irresistible syndrome, unnecessarily made lot of characters look like stupid jerks, ridiculous clowns and pathetic morons. They always thought "Farce" is "Comedy", they just couldn't distinguish the differences.
There're many violent scenes in this movie, but they were neutralized by two cute kids. They both looked pretty normal and likable, I really wish they would not need plastic surgeries like most Koreans when they grow up.
Don't Come Knocking (2005)
Wasted a lot of talents by a lousy screenplay, bad directing and editing
I just couldn't imagine how come a movie with so many great cast, older and young, would end up like a pile of crap, so dry and so boring or even worse to portray like a road kill on a remote deserted highway in Utah or New Mexico wildness.
We got so many renowned actors almost covered three generations, yet this lousy movie's production investors and casting agency could miraculously coerced them to sign up. The screenplay is a horrible and lazy patch-up work, then edited with such a randomly clueless poor job just like the screenplay itself. What a mess! What a disappointment!
The Two Popes (2019)
It's not religion, it's pure down-to-earth human. I don't know how much is on the true side, but the heart-to-heart dialog between these two veteran actors is played as the two real Popes is very sincere and realistically profound. "I was alone, but never felt lonely, until now." "May God be with you" is what most religious believers wished but usually it's just a wishful thinking. Know when to quit does not mean you're running away from what you are but the ultimate wisdom. I do wish that guy currently resides in that white mansion understands.
I fully enjoyed this dramatized behind-the-scene movie, well scripted, directed, performed. A fascinating movie about how these two Popes reached a solution that may salvage the Catholicism and make it finally be closer to their believers.
Highly recommended to the intellectual people.
Yip Man 4 (2019)
A weird and awkward screenplay downgraded this movie into a very mediocre one
Used by the Chinese movie maker on purpose to expose the dirty laundry of racism hidden so deep of the Americans, especially the whites. They also tried to show that immigrants especially the Chinese were deemed so inferior and despised almost everywhere in America, to remind the Chinese or people from Asia that hidden racism still remained since IP man era. Black Americans were also purposely excavated from the past despised and humiliated by the whites.
This kinda screenplay might be encouraged under the censorship guideline by the Chinese Communist government, telling the Hong Kong movie makers if they like their movies to enjoy a nation-wide release, either humiliating America and the Americans or showing how the Chinese were used to be treated in America and by the Americans are both the right way and welcomed to energize their nationalism.
This 4th and the final part of the IP Man franchise was scripted so weakly and awkwardly with bad directing and bad, exaggerated acting by most actors except Donny Yen and a very few others. But the 1st weakest part is the U.S. Immigration officers, wearing black leather jackets, more like thugs instead of people representing a Federal Dept. , totally ridiculous! The 2nd weakest part is the U.S. Marines training camp. I just couldn't swallow there were so many Chinese jarheads already jointed the Marines Corps during IP man's era. Also, the super racist officer played by Scott Adkins was purposefully demonized so over the top absurd in this mediocre Kung Fu movie, and I've found out that in order to make money, every time when he signed up to play a role in Chinese movie, he would ended up beaten by his Chinese opponents into a blood pulp, either by Donny Yen in this movie or by Wu Jing in "Wolf Soldier", another Chinese National Pride mainstream kiss-the-Chinese-military-supremacy crap. The insertion of Bruce Lee character was at first looked pretty cool, but the role got to be cut out and disappeared abruptly to allow IP man to fight against that US Marines thug, just because this movie is about the IP Man, not Bruce Lee.
This movie is not good as the former ones, because the boring screenplay is just too weak, blend, cliched and contrived, the supporting actors are either too mediocre or overly exaggerated; especially Vanness Wu, who played a role as low level US Marine, a very poor actor without any talent.
Furthermore, the screenplay writer(s) who just couldn't help and let go of "The 2019 American College Admissions Bribery Scandal", so they added a scene that the American high school principal suggested IP Man to donate $10,000.00 to their school for an exchange of his son's enrollment. What a load of crap!
All the fighting scenes are okay, even you could stand the stereotyped cliched fighting, still not great at all, it only turned this final chapter of IP Man into a quite forgettable mediocre one. But still, the Chinese would enjoy another catharsis dose of national pride, i.e., the Chinese beating up the Americans into bloody pulps, especially those racist Whites, a way to allow most Chinese to enjoy "the process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from, strong or repressed emotions" of their national pride and dignity. Amen.
Another Walt Disney Theme Park-like shallow movie
There are movies that could touch you, move you, warm up you, teach you, change you, shake up you....and there are movies with lot of characters wearing weird costumes, make-up, moving around scene after scene in so many situations but they are all so predictable, they could still talk to each other, look at each other with humorless jokes, generic boring, stupid dialog....Funny thing is these kinda movies usually have mega budget investing on computerized CGI special effects, costumes, make-up and more weirdo characters in order to market them as after-movie products.
This year, Walt Disney has released two extremely opposite movies, "TOGO" and "Star Wars: Episode IX". "TOGO" is the first kind that moved me, touched me, shook me, changed me, taught me with just a couple of great actors and one amazing dog. "Star Wars..." is the 2nd kind of movie that didn't make me feel anything, just a busy, messy, chaotic, absurd, weird motion picture involved so many unrealistic cartoon characters, you-imagine-it costumes and make-up...but it just ended up like Netflix "The Witcher", mega bucks production budgets, but neither could make me deeply moved nor learned something new but numb, untouched, shallow, hollow and childish.
One of the reviewers has pointed out that these Star Wars MUTANTS churned out by Walt Disney were approved by a "politically correct COMMITTEE", I couldn't agree more. One more thing we can 100% sure, a new THEME PARK and lot of new cartoon figures created by these mutants are urgently built or manufactured by Walt Disney.