65 may follow the sci-fi tropes, but it was thrilling enough for me to care!!!
What I Like:
-I thought Adam Driver was great in this especially when he is trying to communicate with Koa, played by Ariana Greenblatt, the girl that survived the spaceship crash
The So So:
-It was thrilling enough for me to be engaged and see what is going to happen, it does rely too much on jump scares, but it is enough for me to care on what is going to happen
-Even though the dino action reminded me a lot of Jurassic Park, it was entertaining to watch
What I Didn’t Like:
-It has all the sci-fi tropes you can think off, just name another sci-fi film, and this one has something to do with all the sci-fi films that you have seen and liked
Despite all the sci-fi tropes and cliches, it was still engaging enough for me to care. The thrill value was good enough to keep me watching through it all. Adam Driver was great with what he got, and the action was entertaining enough. It’s not the greatest movie, but it is something you may watch when you have nothing else to do. This is what a Netflix movie should be!!!
(Sidenote: Living – This is another Oscar Review. This one stars Bill Nighy as a bureaucratic worker realizing he doesn’t have much to live, and starts living his life. It is a nice film to see, but it does drag a lot as well. Bill Nighy does put on a solemn performance that can bring out a tear. If only the rest of the film does the same!!!
Real Rating: 3 Trilby Hats)