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“We like to think of works as made by one person, products of their own vision, when nothing is that simple” – Scanline
This insight into the blockbuster screenwriting process is as inspiring as it is troubling.
How two cash-in prequels became a toxic trilogy.
Romantic? Okay. Emotional? Most definitely. Sincere? Absolutely. But sexy? Not, at least, for me.
Roger Deakins: holy shit. Gender and race: hmmm.
No less silly or cheaply manipulative than Vol. 1, but it knows what it is, what its audience wants, and how to push things forward.
If there was an intention beyond B-movie schlock, it’s not clear to this viewer.