Blade Runner 2049 is a long beautiful movie that doesn’t betray its origins and still manages to be self-contained. Yes, the running time could be shorter, but I watched it in an average screen and it was still damn beautiful.
This is the best you’ll ever see Wolverine, and, if it’s the last rodeo of the character (and Professor X), as far as Jackman and Stewart’s characterizations at least, it’s a perfect and well-earned ending.
Two European mercenaries are in search of ‘black powder’ in the Middle Kingdom, when they run into the Great Wall, guarded by a special division of the Imperial Army known as The Nameless Order, protecting it from mysterious green monsters.
A boy dealing with the possible loss of his mother, his stormy relationship with his grandmother and his absent father, gets a visit from a monster who tells him stories at seven minutes past midnight.