The next Interstellar. Brilliant . . . if you liked that movie.
Unfortunately, I didn’t. You can see where I’m heading with this.
A linguist (Amy Adams) is recruited by the military to assist in translating alien communications.
The endless Twitter trends, the crazy hype train. I was actually excited to see what the man who brought us Prisoners could deliver.
I’m not going to lie. By the time the credits rolled, I was left feeling a little disappointed.
An emotionally charged opening sequence (that rivalled Up) plucked on the heartstrings as we followed Louise’s (Adams – Nocturnal Animals) relationship with her daughter over the blossoming years. Right up to her swift and tragic illness.
Bleak, heartbreaking and we hadn’t even got to the aliens yet. The pace was left to simmer away and I was happy to allow the bubbling tension and theorising develop as Louise was recruited by Weber…
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