Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and Dunkirk – Midnight Screenings

Brad and Geno see Luc Besson’s Valerian, plus the Christopher Nolan war film Dunkirk.

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2 comments

  1. I’ll be seeing Valerian and the city of a Thousand Planets sometime next month. I’m a sucker for visuals.

    Dunkirk isn’t my thing but I look forward to it winning many awards come awards season. Haha.

  2. 8:00 in – Okay okay okay! I’ve got to say in a shrill voice: I don’t think this stuff is Science Fiction, I think these are magical fantasies set “in Space”, 5th element notwithstanding – maybe on a fuzzy borderline. Also, not a big fan of Mr. Besson. About half liked. (Mainly non-sequels.)

    Listening to rest of Valariian now, but you gotta know I’m shouting “Fantasy set in Space” at the screen a few more times.

    14:50 – Cut the whole Rhinna thing out?! Whoa, why do that?! That’s 1/4th the audience going to see her…

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