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Subject: Re: Will Smiths "Bright" a disaster in the making
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On Friday, 22 December 2017 22:30:17 UTC-5, Obveeus  wrote:
> On 12/22/2017 9:27 PM, RichA wrote:
> > On Thursday, 21 December 2017 23:11:58 UTC-5, Obveeus  wrote:
> >> On 12/21/2017 8:24 PM, RichA wrote:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Can't even find it on which is very interesting.  Paid-off to bury it?
> >>
> >> I'll skip making the obvious joke about why you cannot find BRIGHT.
> >>
> >>
> > 
> > Not there when I looked.
> Odd since it was there a day before your post when I looked.
> As for the film, it is much better than the rottentomato reviews would 
> have you believe.  Perhaps the film side of the reviewer world is still 
> smarting from the idea that evil Netflix will convince people to watch 
> films in the comfort of their own home instead of the theater?  BRIGHT 
> is not the crime procedural I feared it might be.  It is a bit of 
> sci-fi, but it is just as much alt.history as sci-fi.  Mostly, though, 
> it is a buddy cop flick in the vein of 40 HOURS or BEVERLY HILLS COP.  I 
> know some reviewers don't like the idea of sci-fi having any nudity or 
> swear words, but really there isn't even much of that...and certainly 
> not so much that it should have been a problem for sci-fi viewers. 
> Maybe they were worried about their 8 year old kid's fragile ears and 
> eyes?  Whatever the case, the film is entertaining and manages a bit of 
> funny and a bit of social preaching.  Some of the transitions are a bit 
> rough and the fight sequences are definitely a bit too filled with quick 
> cuts and wire work and such, but the plot is solid enough and does its 
> job creating characters and a world that is interesting and in focus 
> enough to warrant a sequel.

It seems like "Alien Nation" again.