His Dark Materials
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Enjoyed the previous Avengers movies, loved both Guardians of the Galaxy and Black Panther but this was hugely disappointing. No idea how it has been so highly rated - very little humour, a ridiculously slow first 90 minutes and all in all one I wish I had waited until free on Sky in a year or two !
if like myself you enjoy watching end of world type movies i found this enjoyable and interesting. the main character marc was a fairly weak and selfish person that tbh i did not care if he lived or died. enriq was a more complex character who was brought into the company in which marc worked to make it more efficient and who in all likelihood was likely to have sacked marc. anyhow the two men for their own reasons had to make it across town from their office without stepping outside by using buildings, sewers and the underground to reach their loved ones - in the case of enriq who was a lonely man it was as the movie progressed to meet his father who was in hospital. marc wanted to meet his pregnant partner with whom he had a large argument prior to the epidemic which prevented you from stepping outside without suffering cardiac arrest. the ending was somewhat unexplained but for whatever reason those children born after the epidemic struck were immune to to its effects whilst others lived their lives indoors. it struck me as a way in which the planet was able to deal with the damage humanity had caused to it allowing the young a way forward to a different future.