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This science fiction story may not have a lot of hard science, but it does feature some hard linguistics – something I wish we saw more often.
It’s a nice change to see a film that can be shamelessly sentimental about friendship, family, political idealism – anything except sex.
Not a great adaptation of not a great Shakespeare play.
There’s no story to it beyond the negotiation of a relationship, and the result is pretty boring.
Whereas many people both within and outside of the ace community distinguish romantic from platonic touch, platoniromantic people see no difference between the two.
The latest Star Wars film has a great premise, an interesting story, and a good visual style. Yet, oddly, it failed to grab me the way The Force Awakens did.
Being celibate didn’t cut Luke off from love, friendship, or family bonds; it just meant he came at them in a slightly different way.
A good, old-fashioned heroic tale, with brave warriors, noble princesses, and honourable commanders.
While I admire the attempt to combine the whimsy and madness of the original with a coherent story, I can’t say it’s very successful.
Not the strongest effort from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.