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Year
2017
Runtime
137 min.
Director
Luc Besson
Genres
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Rating *
6.5
Votes *
92,143
Checks
1,727
Favs
68
Dislikes
67
Favs/checks
3.9% (1:25)
Favs/dislikes
1:1
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  1. beasterne's avatar

    beasterne

    Dane DeHaan is so miscast in this movie 5 months 3 weeks ago
  2. Siskoid's avatar

    Siskoid

    Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets has a brilliant opening and an exciting climax, but it loses itself in the middle there, for reasons I will shortly disclose. Let it be said that far from a CG mess, Valerian is principally about evoking scope, a whole universe of detail one cannot apprehend in a single viewing, brilliant in its imagination, with a solid plot that's partway between mystery and action epic, with the comics series' liberalism at the core of its dilemmas. But it lacks rhythm. The pacing is so off as to take away its required sense of urgency, and the jokes fall as flat as a pancake. While tighter editing could be indicated, a large part of the fault lies at the lead actors' feet (at some of the guest stars as well - compare Ethan Hawke's lusty performance to Rihanna's flat reading, for the exception then the rule) who needed to be a lot better to get the space opera dialog and the humor to work. Valerian and Laureline's comics personalities are undersold so that when they actually come to the forefront, they seem to contradict what has gone before, and I'm afraid Cara Delevingne really has none of the charm of her comic book counterpart, instead playing the adventure as jaded and irritated. Even if you don't know the originals, this is, to be sure, the wrong attitude to get the audience on board. Valerian's first, and likely last, cinematic outing frustrates not because it is bad, but because it is ALMOST good. 5 months 1 week ago
  3. TheOnlyRogueAngel's avatar

    TheOnlyRogueAngel

    Visually, this is a feast of glorious proportions... as long as you don't worry too much about the story line, and the cringe-worthy 'romance' that was made even more cringe-worthy by the unlikely hero... while the heroine was far more likely... this movie should have been titled Laureline and the City of a Thousand Planets. 5 months 1 week ago
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