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Otto Bathurst's "Robin Hood" is proof there's no story Hollywood can't ruin with a big enough budget.
Yuck. Why did I watch this?
The ineptly named "Amerigeddon" is a riot of alt-right paranoia, complete with one-world government, UN conspiracies, FEMA detention camps, white militia heroes, government house-to-house round-ups of guns, clueless liberal politicians, "crisis actors" -- and even Texas secession. Despite its poor acting and utter lack of artistic merit, it does enjoy some technical competence, making the film hilariously watchable.
With sumptuous locations and costumes, the restrained performances present a powerful tale of gender inequality and quiet injustice. "Nannerl, la soeur de Mozart" is well worth watching.
Surprisingly good for a low-budget, independent film. I did not expect to be as entertained as I was.