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Free Guy

2021
Comedy
Sci-fi
1h 55m
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Avg Percentile 40.49% from 1739 total ratings

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Rated 07 Sep 2021
70
58th
Reminded me in different ways of The Lego Movie, Elf, The Matrix, The Truman Show. It perhaps wouldn't withstand too much scrutiny, but at face value it's a loud, colourful and funny bundle of fun. Went with my 8-year old computer game-obsessed son - he loved it, and this was probably a reasonably child-friendly introduction to the charms of Ryan Reynolds. Comer and Keery are likeable in their roles as well.
Rated 03 Oct 2021
60
34th
Guy, just be glad you didn't wake up in the Binding of Isaac.
Rated 16 Aug 2021
80
64th
At one point of a montage of Guy saving NPCs, he pulls a little girl out of the way of a speeding truck. Just letting you all know that cannonically the game allows you to kill children. GTA thinks it's controversial. Eat your heart out. Also, this is above average harmless fun. But did they really need to put Captain America's shield, Hulk hands, AND a lightsaber in the climax right after each other. We get it, Disney. You own Fox. Get over yourself.
Rated 15 Aug 2021
1
5th
cinema is eating itself.
Rated 15 Aug 2021
85
48th
This was WAY better than I thought it would be. I expected an atrocity and ended up getting sole very solid entertainment. Reynolds' sense of humor may eventually grow weary to me, but meh. He has his moments here. I liked all of the performances and was very surprised to see a comedy with genuine emotion and heart. I didn't laugh nearly as much as I was probably suppose to, and the kiss toward the end seemed a bit too convenient, but all in all, this was actually good.
Rated 18 Aug 2021
75
65th
Pretty much Tron, Ready Player One, The Truman Show and Ryan Reynolds thrown in a blender. The resulting quality might actually be the exact average of that of those four components.
Rated 04 Dec 2021
76
57th
If you like Reynolds' snappy one-liners, then you'll be sold on this movie before the title comes up. It's certainly a fun and thrilling one, a lot of action, some nice laughs too, and a lot of amusing references to gaming. It was made with a lot of love, but in the end the impact, despite being powerful, was short lived.
Rated 31 Aug 2021
60
49th
GTA online meets The Lego Movie in a surprisingly coherent comedy. By far the best film from Levy.
Rated 17 Aug 2021
72
67th
If you're looking for a chance to go to the movies, catch Free Guy while it's in theaters. Free Guy carries the spirit of Ready Player One and The Truman Show, impresses with the messages it contains, delights with its references, and touches the heart with its story and visuals. It was awesome. (08/17/2021 - Cinemaximum Metrogarden)
Rated 18 Aug 2021
80
54th
If putting out bad trailers to lower audience expectation was their plan, they succeeded because this movie was a pleasant surprise. Not simply just an excuse for gratuitous action and explosions, Free Guy somehow finds a way to balance action with romance comedy in an unusual medley perhaps best described as the Lego Movie for adults/gamers. Relying heavily on current pop culture tropes, memes, and themes, it succeeds at most things it attempts to do & its talented cast manages to sell it, too.
Rated 27 Aug 2021
62
59th
Essentially a Matrix and Lego Movie mashup. There were concept level themes that, had they been delved into, would have elevated the movie. We are gods to AI and all things digital but do we know upon their creation, what they eventually can become? "You are the creator of this world, yet you cannot live in it." It doesn't mean the humour would have had to been scarified. But now it's just a safe jukebox remix PG comedy with jokes that too often don't land. But Reynolds IS dreamy!
Rated 25 Feb 2022
40
23rd
I really didn't think it was that funny. I wanted to like it, but Taika's villain is pretty dumb and I think the writing was just subpar.
Rated 10 Nov 2021
77
79th
Pleasently suprised by this one! Even if it loses it's momentum and gets more and more absurd towards the end it has a unique flavor overall. Maybe it's not a legit video game adaptation but it's one of the best video game movies i've ever seen! With cool action, good humor mixed with heartfelt touches hier and there Free Guy managed to amaze me from start to the end!
Rated 02 Oct 2021
72
63rd
A little bit Lego Movie, a little bit Truman Show and a big dollop of Saints Row the video game, Free Guy's story actually makes more sense than I was expecting it would and is a likable and mostly entertaining affair. Full enjoyment will probably depend on how familiar the viewer is with modern video game terminology and mechanics.
Rated 11 Aug 2021
60
49th
Free Guy is a movie you know you're not meant to take too seriously and just go along with the ride. That being said, how much you'll like it depends on your tolerance for Ryan Reynolds. He has good moments though, but a lot of jokes are very hit and miss. The film takes advantage of being creative and wacky. It starts out decent but loses steam around the halfway mark. I wasn't the biggest fan of Taika Watiti, unfortunately. It doesn't all work, but I got some enjoyment out of it.
Rated 15 Aug 2021
71
72nd
It isn't perfect, but it is entertaining, charming, visually dazzling (at times) and probably the most interesting cinematic take on consciousness and free will since maybe "Ex Machina", even if not nearly as deep.
Rated 24 Aug 2021
50
27th
free guy is squarely aimed at kids, but that's ok. it does have a lot of cheesy and sappy stuff, though it never quite breaches the cringe limit. most of the plot is blatant rehash of the truman show, i guess the kids haven't seen that one. reynolds sells the character well but the rest of the cast are somewhat off their game. except for tatum, who kills it with the itchy kitty performance.
Rated 24 Sep 2021
45
17th
The problem is that the movie's real world is more stupid and artificial than the game world, resulting in a silly, predictable, and too long movie.
Rated 10 Feb 2022
6
70th
Probably the best Shawn Levy movie I’ve seen… for what that’s worth. Shades of everything from Truman Show to Ready Player One to Matrix to Edge of Tomorrow to Pleasantville. Was a little annoyed by most of its pop culture references being movie stuff rather than gaming stuff (Wreck It Ralph is ten years old and still the best at this). Didn’t know who most of the YouTube/Twitch gamer cameos were. Should have had the AVGN in there lol.
Rated 10 Oct 2021
50
29th
'Bland Guy'. I'd much rather have rewatched 'The Truman Show'. But if the plot appeals to you then definitely check out 'Upload'.
Rated 12 Nov 2021
65
83rd
A fun PG rated Grand Theft Auto inspired film. It reminded me a lot of Ready Player One (no surprise it's written by the same guy) Has heaps of video game references (the best being a blink-and-you miss-it one, where a character is constantly trying to jump on a wall and then gets frozen) I think 14 year old me would have loved this, but as an adult it's still a fun ride. Would this be considered the best video game movie?
Rated 30 Sep 2021
55
35th
This could have been so much better if they didn't try that hard in the second half. Raising the stakes so much just didn't work with this setup, and made the second half severely lacking.
Rated 14 Aug 2021
75
67th
Despite their constant attempts to ruin the story with cringe romantic scenes and explanations, I really enjoyed the movie and thought it was fun.
Rated 14 Aug 2021
72
61st
Good performances from the secondary characters. The plot seems a little forced, but it's mostly a fun time with some original ideas.
Rated 15 Aug 2021
55
34th
Ryan Reynolds is the only redeeming character, the one bright spot that tried to keep the movie afloat. Without him, it would have been an irredeemable mess. Some parts were really cringey and budget Kevin Hart was a bit too much. Enjoyed the Disney references though.
Rated 26 Aug 2021
40
8th
Knew from the trailer that much of this would fall flat and I was right. That's not to say that there aren't some good jokes (Tatum was great), and of course I like seeing Reynolds always. I also love video games, so I can sit there and go "oh yeah I get that." But I just really didn't laugh very often and for something where the primary focus is laughter, that's a fail.
Rated 05 May 2022
18
9th
Repulsive garbage written by someone who neither understands how coding works nor how the game industry functions. This movie comes across like it's written by a boomer who made a cursory glance at gaming culture and pretends to know the ins and outs of it, which comes across as incredibly embarrassing to watch. This is made all the worse by its pretentious, self-masturbatory commentary on video game violence supplemented by some of the worst attempts at gamer jokes I've seen in a story.
Rated 26 Sep 2021
68
79th
Free Guy is reminiscent of Ready Player One in both setting & style, though playing (a little) less to nostalgia. Reynolds plays a Deadpool-type in a Lego-like world; much to his niche. Waititi overacts. Comer & Keery are good, but their RomCom B-plot feels quite clichéd. While not perfect, the film is well put together, consistently amusing and touches on a few interesting ideas, even if it doesn't take them that far. The ideation of reality being impact was nicely done by Howery.
Rated 03 Dec 2021
20
7th
It never manages to stay internally consistent enough to build any worthwhile stakes unfortunately, with fundamental questions still left unanswered up until the final climax. And with writing that misses more than not, it becomes difficult to enjoy the few great moments that are still here.
Rated 02 Oct 2021
50
47th
(WRECK-IT RYAN)
Rated 05 Mar 2022
0
1st
Turned off after 20 minutes. Written with the same understanding of videogames as Twitter has of politics. How people stand Ryan Reynolds overacting the same way as every role since Van Wilder is beyond my scope of comprehension.
Rated 10 Oct 2021
66
51st
There are a lot of chuckle-worthy moments and in jokes scattered throughout a generic base story line. Carried almost exclusively by Reynolds endless wells of charm and ability to delivery even the goofiest of jokes. This is worthwhile fodder to turn your brain off and just have fun.
Rated 19 Oct 2021
86
62nd
Further proof that Ryan Reynolds could probably star in any movie about literally any topic and I'd still find myself enjoying it. I was not expecting to like this movie as much as I did. I also loved seeing Jodie Comer in something where she isn't a raving psychopath, though she plays both parts well. Excited to see more of her in the future. If you like Ryan Reynolds humor or your a video game fan, you should definitely check this out. 8 Jodie Comers out of 10.
Rated 02 Dec 2021
40
7th
Better than I was expecting; still bad. Attempts to be the new generation’s Truman Show while also going for blockbuster action-comedy, and the result is a big, expensive mess with a ludicrous lack of depth and believability and very little comedy (the first joke is *sips coffee* “It’s like losing my virginity - in my mouth” and it doesn’t really improve). Jodie Comer almost pulls something off in her thankless role until the sickening finale.
Rated 16 Nov 2021
66
48th
Climax was rushed and "all the world is watching" cliche made it a cringefest yet it was good enough.
Rated 20 Nov 2021
30
10th
Yet another "Ryan Reynolds make bad jokes for 2 hours" movie. This is nothing but a PG rated Deadpool/Van Wilder/Blade: Trinity film. Oh and it is very clear that the filmmakers have never played a video game before in their lives. They may have watched people play video games, but they have never played one themselves. One of the worst films of 2021.
Rated 03 Jun 2022
70
49th
I liked the sound of this and its certainly fun in one sense but its no real Truman Show type film either. The visual effects/CGI is pretty decent, it has a decent cast and the main concept of a CGI character becoming 'real' is intriguing but it just doesn't have the same sort of real substance, in a philosophical way, as The Truman Show had/has. It's a pretty entertaining film and its worth seeing, it may even be a bit thought provoking perhaps but its not as good as maybe it could have been?.
Rated 02 Apr 2022
70
43rd
Is it dumb entertainment or just dumb? It’s a real moral quandary for me. Do I want to sit down and enjoy Jodie Comer’s Millie running around with her bubbly carefree bubblegum ice cream eating face all up in Ryan Reynolds quips or do I want Jodie Comer’s Millie sitting down next to me while I watch anything else?
Rated 30 Sep 2021
80
51st
It's solid enough but not overall funny. The self aware, over the top slightly adult style jokes missed for the most part. However it is still a cool take on a romance story near the end and the action sequences look bad ass. Reynolds is a bankable star and it's not his fault. It's PG-13 in all regards and it both helps and hurts the film. It helps because they can utilize cameos and make it appeal to larger audiences, it hurts because it makes the jokes seem more juvenile and toned down.
Rated 25 Mar 2022
70
70th
Surprisingly enjoyable, with some unexpected gags/cameos here and there, and a lot more creativity than I was anticipating. Story does have its clichés, and while Waititi got some decent laughs, his character was pretty stereotypical and somewhat annoying. Curious to see what this would’ve been like if it focused less on plot and more on fun. Either way, this is a pretty good time, especially for younger audiences who understand the references/cameos.
Rated 05 Sep 2021
50
39th
I’m in love with Jodie Comer.
Rated 05 Sep 2021
60
35th
Mildly amusing at best. Taika's character was horrendous, the rest was decent.
Rated 13 Oct 2021
2
22nd
Promising at the start, but quickly turns unappetizing.
Rated 12 Aug 2021
5
40th
Look I like the idea and the execution was actually alright but that main romance arc driving the plot just felt... uneasy to watch. Like a forced insert for the viewer, but done so poorly that it sucked the air of everything around it. I can't get over how bad some bits were, which overshadows some actually good ones. Too bad, nice try, do better next time (not getting horny boomers to write female characters would be a good start). Viva La Dirt League did this whole thing much better anyway.
Rated 12 Aug 2021
50
42nd
Too formulaic. And actually the formula is, "Truman Show + Stranger Than Fiction + The Matrix + Deadpool" x "Orange and Teal" = Free Guy
Rated 12 Aug 2021
4
23rd
The intro is way too much like the Lego Movie, but not as good or charming. The romance is creepy as best. Some jokes are OK. Did anyone told the studio that there are other games than GTA/Fortnite or small indie games?
Rated 15 Jun 2023
75
35th
Wanna poke at the primary technological & philosophical dilemmas of the 21st century without the burden of diving too deep into them while having a jolly ol' time with Ryan Reynolds? Then Free Guy is the movie for you! A fun, pop-culture loaded barrel of laughs with a strong emotional core rarely found in most action comedies.
Rated 17 Aug 2021
0
1st
John David Washington and Ryan Reynolds probably newest member of Taliban. Movie is shit. But of course cockroach Letterboxd users will say : OMGGGG I LOVE RYAN FUCK OLD MOVIES SCREAM HUMANITY DAMN KNEELING YESS
Rated 21 Aug 2021
65
37th
Taking a couple points away for that truly awful dialogue/performace for Taika.
Rated 02 Sep 2021
40
7th
It's really lazy, and it's laziness infects all it's attempts at world building. Nothing about it really makes much sense. Reynolds is essentially an NPC whose function is to be a bystander in an in-game mission. Yet he inexplicably has an apartment and a daily routine that serves no in-game function and wouldn't even add colour since no player could witness most of it. Why does it happen? Because the movie is largely ripping off "The Lego Movie", so they give Reynolds the same basic routin
Rated 09 Sep 2021
75
37th
The 'Critique of Ideology' glasses from 'They Live' swapped for what exactly? The written by committee algorithm says: if you liked Truman Show, Wreck-it-Ralf, Ready Player one and Jodie Comer, you'll love...
Rated 11 Sep 2021
87
78th
An utter delight; played beautifully by its cast (I'll even go in to bat for Waititi) and full of witty, clever and hilarious lines, which nimbly pull the film up whenever it threatens to fall into plotting doldrums. Sort of a TOY STORY mixed with PLEASANTVILLE and THE TRUMAN SHOW but made special by Reynolds, who like Carrey before him finds a surprising well of empathy in his performance of bewildered naivety; the finale is even modestly touching in its way. An unexpected treat.
Rated 12 Sep 2021
84
80th
2021'de #IzlediğimFilmler : 257. Free Guy (2021) 1 Mart 2020 - 1 Eylül 2021. Askerlik ve kızımın doğumu dahil salonlardan uzak kaldığım en uzun dönemdi. Kızımla kaldığımız yerden devam ediyoruz. Bu yılın en eğlenceli filmi. Bu yüzyılın Truman Show hikayesi.
Rated 17 Sep 2021
76
66th
At its core it's a pretty fun movie. I think overall more could have been done with it that would have made it great, but overall Ryan Reynolds and this world do a great job keeping me entertained throughout. I enjoyed Jodie Comer's role as well, and while I like Taika Waititi, I don't think every moment with him lands as much as I would have liked.
Rated 02 May 2022
77
69th
This is like Ready Player One without the pop culture references, but with the Ryan Reynolds charm. Also sorta reminds me of the Lego movie, but more violent. It's not great, but not bad. Several moments in the film are funny, but some of the jokes are just the real obvious, low-hanging fruit variety. Was worth watching for free on Disney+, but not something I'd ever willingly spend money on. I could rewatch parts of this, but I wouldn't want to sit down and watch the whole thing again.
Rated 24 Sep 2021
80
59th
Fun concept executed competently with great actors - but not outstanding in any way from what you picture when you hear the concept.
Rated 20 Jan 2022
78
65th
Love is a gamechanger!
Rated 25 Sep 2021
89
84th
This one is a lot of fun, a mixture of The Truman Show and Scott Pilgrim vs the World - and personally probably one of my favorite Ryan Reynolds films.
Rated 25 Sep 2021
1
2nd
this is the lowest point in my life
Rated 25 Sep 2021
39
7th
Much like Free City itself, this film feels like it was made from a bunch of algorithims.
Rated 26 Sep 2021
40
19th
A few laughs with a huge dollop of cringe.
Rated 31 Mar 2022
78
67th
I'm smiling seeing the comments comparing this to similar movies, because I viewed this as possibly the most perfect Gnostic film I'd ever seen. For me, this gnostic narrative foundation is the common denominator (with knowing nods to They Live, Thirteenth Floor, and Dark City, while I'm at it) - which does not diminish but frankly enhances my appreciation. Visually inventive, clever as hell, and funny when I didn't expect it to be - while also reminding us that we do have agency in this chaos.
Rated 27 Sep 2021
58
74th
If you like Ryan Reynolds, then you should enjoy "Free Guy." I like his easy manner and enjoyed the film, but the over-the-top villain owner almost ruined it.
Rated 29 Sep 2021
69
46th
Stupid and sappy at times, but also quite entertaining most of the time. Like a better version of Ready Player One.
Rated 01 Oct 2021
72
41st
Alone because of the Marvel and Star Wars allusion
Rated 05 Dec 2021
55
74th
#21#,exp3, rw4, popcorn, story, Jodie.C!
Rated 03 Oct 2021
70
26th
Premise was interesting but most of the characters are just clichés of the gaming industry and the romance is creepy. I did like what Jodie Comer makes fo her part, though.
Rated 04 Oct 2021
50
38th
Fun enough whilst it lasts but limited by a one dimensional relationships and an eye-rollingly by-the-numbers screenplay. Still, some gags land and the cast are likeable.
Rated 04 Oct 2021
7
48th
The jokes are well-suited to my humor, as with most things Ryan Reynolds. c: I suspected the rewatch value would be low, but actually I've watched it a second time now and the right stuff still lands. Buuuut all that stuff those other guys said about the villain.
Rated 08 Oct 2021
70
23rd
Mostly kind of ok actually!!!! There’s decent gags and good performances. It was fun to see Waititi. Disney clearly added some lame nonsense after buying Fox that seems to go against the theme of the rest of the movie and is def the weakest element. The ending is incredibly lame.
Rated 10 Oct 2021
70
50th
Funny movie but geeky on the bad way
Rated 14 Oct 2021
73
49th
Free Guy is surprisingly good, with charm and the appropriate level of not taking itself too seriously
Rated 16 Oct 2021
30
12th
It is an action-comedy version of The Truman Show. And I think having the new Bruce Willis (aka Ryan Reynolds) to have the leading role and not giving any relatable character development to the secondary charahters of the game clearly contradicts with the message of the film; they remain secondary to the lead actor's story. The only enjoyable moments were the cameos of Chris Evans and Channing Tatum.
Rated 16 Oct 2021
75
73rd
Seems cluttered, but interesting story with plenty of laughs - Catch Phrase!
Rated 17 Oct 2021
78
55th
If the Lego Movie and Deadpool conceived a child, and invited Ready Player One and Green Lantern to the baby shower, this would be the result.
Rated 17 Oct 2021
50
77th
With video games being bigger than movies these days, it's only natural to see movies dip more and more into that world. Here set in a GTA/Fortnite type online multi-player game where Ryan Reynolds is a non-playable character that comes to life. At least it make-out that game CEOs being evil shits, but the rest wasn't believable at all, and they still managed to hit most of the movie cliches, even in a gaming world. Good for a few laughs, but it pretty much fell apart in its concluding stages.
Rated 18 Oct 2021
65
43rd
But if he had the choice, would he watch this film?
Rated 22 Oct 2021
69
77th
I couldn't find any resemblance of Deadpool. This is good.
Rated 22 Oct 2021
55
37th
If you're a kid or just like Ryan Reynolds and his never-ending "jokes" then you'll enjoy it a lot. Otherwise it's nothing special but watchable enough. Which is perfectly fine.
Rated 30 Mar 2022
50
45th
A bit of The Lego Movie and The Matrix. Taika Waititi's wackiness distracted from Ryan Reynolds' optimism. To be fair to Reynolds, he's a lot more subdued than his usual typecast self. I'm not sure about the tacked-on romance at the end or the ridiculous villainy. Fav scene: the John Woo-esque motorcycle shooting in a circle scene.
Rated 28 Oct 2021
70
51st
Really good fun, it's a good time with Reynolds and Comer.
Rated 29 Oct 2021
30
4th
Tedious brain deadening cringing dry retch of a movie
Rated 29 Oct 2021
63
29th
A bit of classic Ryan Reynold's humor I guess, somewhat of a hit and miss. It has its moments, but never really builds up to much.
Rated 01 Nov 2021
60
57th
Very dumb, but also very entertaining.
Rated 06 Nov 2021
80
80th
Conflicted rating scrapes by with an 80 when it really deserves a 60 or lower. Appreciating the lead's likeability and a few specks of truth amidst a distracting series of conflicting messages and unnecessarily crude language/content. This is like "Ghost Town" syndrome where an otherwise feel-good film is debased by unnecessary pollution. Ugh.
Rated 21 Jun 2022
45
25th
Ryan Reynolds trouve ici un rôle qui lui va comme un gant. Il est joyeusement stupide, arbore un sourire éclatant, et découvre progressivement ce que le monde a à offrir de mieux : l’émotion et l'amour. Seulement voilà, il y a le plaisir de la découverte, avec un univers plutôt solide et il y a tout le reste... qui mise sur un humour extrêmement linéaire et c'est un humour que l'on subit. C'est même une torture audiovisuelle ! Reste Ryan, au top !
Rated 29 Mar 2022
72
42nd
Ryan Reynolds plays himself in a movie full of plotholes. Several movies qualify, but it was entertaining enough to be worth a one-time watch.
Rated 07 Nov 2021
69
28th
This film has some good ideas but parts of the script seem to be done better in other films like The Truman Show and Wreck It Ralph. The cast is charming and does good work here but they ultimately can't save the disappointing script.
Rated 13 Nov 2021
58
48th
Entertaining stuff. Could have been a bit more stringent in its storytelling, but overall a good time.
Rated 13 Nov 2021
58
46th
The LEGO Movie meets Deadpool with a splash of Big. 30 minutes in and I was already starting to get bored. The film ultimately has its moments but it's a one-time watch for me.
Rated 21 Nov 2021
65
50th
Better than expected comedy. If I had not read the description of this movie first, I think I would have been very confused on what was happening.
Rated 22 Nov 2021
35
20th
As cagedwisdom pointed out, it's like Tron, Ready Player One, The Truman Show and Ryan Reynolds in a blender. But unfortunately, in this recombination, it came out with the emotional depth of Tron, the poppy plastic product placement of RPO, the Van Wilder of Ryan Reynolds and the comic timing of a lima bean. Shoulda been good, given the premise, but in hands of a writer with no charisma or imagination, even Ryan Reynold's comic talents can't save the terrible script.
Rated 25 Nov 2021
84
48th
fun but a little lacking
Rated 30 Nov 2021
90
52nd
I enjoyed this one, and it was much better than I anticipated.
Rated 16 Jan 2022
42
11th
Not nearly as depressing as I had feared, although there is some "here's something you recognize, please clap" stuff in the last third (albeit far less than there could have been). This is mostly just your run-of-the-mill unfunny high-concept studio comedy. The fact that I felt more bored than annoyed is a win, I guess.
Rated 04 Feb 2024
40
13th
As is nearly always the case, Ryan Reynolds makes the film, and Taika Waititi breaks the film. At best it's a vehicle for Reynolds to do his 'thing', and at worst it's a highly derivative (see 'Pleasantville', 'The Truman Show' etc.) and lazy film. I would definitely watch a buddy film that teams up Reynolds with Channing Tatum.
Rated 30 Jan 2022
71
53rd
Sanal alemi işleyen iyi filmlerden biri hatta açıkçası beklediğimden bile iyi çıktı diyebilirim. Oyuncular, akış, genel tempo, görsel efektler hemen her şeyiyle ortalamanın üstünde, sadece oyunlarla alakası olmayanların aitlik hissi eksikliğinden dolayı filme mesafeli kalacaklarını düşünüyorum.
Rated 08 Oct 2021
55
16th
i couldnt even finish it
Rated 16 Dec 2021
58
40th
Plot 12/20 Fiction 11/20 Casting/Acting 13/20 Worldbuilding 12/20 Entertainment 10/20
Rated 25 Oct 2021
11
45th
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