Mortal Engines – Movie Review

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Chris Stuckmann reviews Mortal Engines, starring Hugo Weaving, Hera Hilmar, Robert Sheehan, Jihae Ronan Raferty, Leila George, Patrick Malahide, Stehen Lang. Directed by Christian Rivers.

Comments

_Kips_ says:

Liking the video purely for the fact that its the first video that gave a sensible review of the movie , id like to think the adaptation never existed

guttersnipero says:

I’ve been waiting for this film since I was 12 years old. Got out about an hour ago and I’m just…so disappointed. Changing the ending from the book was the final insult – way to miss the point, filmmakers.

MARTY MCFLY!!!!!!! says:

What a Duche C- really?!?! For sure a B.

Leo the short guy says:

Good review. Killer set. Love the ambient lighting. You always have the best shirts.

I Max says:

That is a great Michael Jackson T-shirt!! Is it becouse of Peater Jackson?

Tuvya Maeir says:

Here’s ONE movie this film owes itself to that no one thinks about…

BATMAN NINJA.

Totes1829 says:

This movie never looked good.

waldre999 says:

i had a feeling about this movie… havent seen it yet but i guess i wont be spending my little Freetime as a Nurse to go watch this… cause you felt that way about this movie… is guess its a pass

SUJAAN MUKHERJEE says:

Where is your ‘American Beauty’ review ? Do one….!

endeckerBM says:

Hits the nail right on the head. This film had a ridiculous premise, a misleading trailer, characters I didn’t care about, explosions that didn’t matter, and a dull story told in a way that was laden with cliches and tropes.

This film doesn’t deserve to exist.

Ash grg says:

how come you still haven’t reviewed Aquaman??????

Rhamsody Phage says:

Chris your beard is EPIC! Sigh, they grow up so fast….

Akihito007 says:

Sorry but looks like a sjw WOKE movie where the POC WOHMEN join together to defeat the white man and the West symbolized by London. Plus skinny Asian women can’t kick the butts of 230lb guys, no matter how much Hollywood Kung fu magic they know :/.

Guybrush Threepweed says:

Still better than TFA and TLJ.

Paddyman Dude says:

Thanks mate, nice succinct review without fluff. Going to see it and expect to leave my brain at the door and enjoy the spectacle.

randomyoutube fella says:

You’ve got to watch River Runs Red. One oh the worst movies I’ve ever sseen it would make a great hillariocity!

val ok says:

i was today years old when i found out that tim burton wasn’t nightmare before christmas director

Kedge Whiteeye says:

I refuse to thumb up/down your review’s and/or subscribe as I do NOT wish to be Stuckmanised (whatever the FUCK that even means!!!)

Eric Allen says:

The book is exactly the same. The characters are just like pieces on a board being moved around by the plot with no soul or personality to them. The dialog is extremely cliche. It almost reads like a movie novelization, where the author is just describing what he sees on the screen, rather than delving into the thoughts, feelings, desires and motivations driving the characters forward like a good book should. None of the characters felt unique. None of them had personality quirks or different ways of speaking. The book never really goes that far into the back story much, except for a brief page or so on one single character, so you don’t know who they are, or why they’re doing anything. It was a horrible, boring mess, full of cliches and plot elements borrowed from much, much better works of fiction. So, yeah, I’m sticking with my resolution not to bother with the movie. I’ve heard nothing about it that makes me feel that it’s worth the money to go see.

Battle Fields says:

Great shirt bro

DissolutePersona says:

I agree with everything you said. The only thing i would add that also effected my enjoyment of the movie was the horrible cliched dialogue. In a lot of the scenes i was rolling my eyes because every word spoken was just so typical it started to feel like pointless filler.

SirAzul says:

The one thing I remember about the book was that the girl covered her face because she was severely disfigured. When I heard they were making a movie I instantly knew they would make her a model with a tiny scar on her cheek so the romance would be ‘relatable’ for audiences but was still dissapointed when I saw the trailer and my fears were confirmed. The film looks like boring hollywood crap. I’d be interested in seeing it made by actual talent.

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