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Mute

I must admit that I’m not especially a fan of ‘Moon’ (2009) or ‘Source Code’ (2011). But there is something in the career of Duncan Jones that made wait Deadpool  for a kind of savior of science fiction, an author destined to give vitality to a genre that tries to return, but that is still lost in attempts weighed by solemn and aseptic tones, required for any new production that imitates the past with neotechnology.

Unfortunately, that idea of ​​Jones lives more in the head of the fans than in the actual results of his films. Although it is understandably understandable that his discreet Triple 9 debut fell well between the critics and public fans of the genre, the truth is that the credit has already been spent after the spectacular ‘Warcraft: the origin’ (Warcraft, 2016), to which He could still be blamed for the displeasure of some fans of the game, little satisfied with the adaptation. But ‘Mute’ is, apparently, his dream project so now there is no room for excuses. It is a terrible movie.

This futuristic dystopia, strangely attractive in its early stages, soon shows that, whatever it has to happen in the same universe that presents, takes too long to reach a specific place. It’s that kind of movie where you spend an entire hour before you realize that you really do not care about anything that’s happening. Yes, there are neon lights, cool technology and some Bleed for This scattered designs that are cool, but the string is more like going around a museum than a movie.

Duration: 126 min

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IMDb: 5.4

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