It’s been 24 years since Matt Damon and Ben Affleck last worked on a screenplay.
Let’s move on to the next 100!
The unknown new film “The Last Duel” by the duo “Hunting the Good Will” is not a serious argument for them among our great writers. However, this torments the audience with the writing nailed to the board and the speed of the world’s slowest snail.
Operating time: 152 minutes. Rated R (strong violence, including sexual assault, sex, some graphic nudity, and language). In theaters.
I think escarto, as in medieval France. Damon plays the role of a knight named Jean, and Affleck is a powerful count who resembles Will Ferrell’s Mugatu hero in The Zoolander.
After Jean is wrapped up in the ground by a nobleman called Le Gris (The Man Driver), the pork stands side by side with Le Gris and soon begins to prefer his company to the knights.
So far, the film is basically a flawless and heavy version of Yorgos Lantimos’s “Favorite,” but no humor, sAcesparksess, or you know, good acting.
You will need a lamp to do this. It’s not technically shot in black and white, but director Ridley Scott comes very close to gray.
When Jean’s brutal new wife, Marguerite (Jodie Comer), is raped in her home by Le Gris, things get even darker when her husband is forced to defend her in a duel to prove his innocence.
Critics allow this dude because of the urgency of the plot of this abuse. Don’t trust them. Degreasing the oven is a more enjoyable way to spend a Saturday night.
Do you hope Damon and Affleck’s acting skills keep their misleading text? Excuse me, brothers. Sounds, because in France, are less animated than many satellite navigation systems. Though separated for centuries, Damon is like a monotonous fleshy head in the movie Stillwater, and Affleck is the most obscure fop that adorns the screen, which could be the result of an accident with shampooing his bleached hair.
In turn, the driver is testing the limits of how often to perform exactly the same show from “Girls”. This is a really tasty dish.
The rescue factor here – Komer – trapped, victimized and convicted – is that he shifts his “Kill Eve” edge to a less sexual Europe than it was in the 1300s. Unfortunately, its dramatic complexity comes too late and after much yawning.
Next procedure: Remove all writing instruments from Damon and Affleck’s homes. Do not leave any laptop, typewriter, pen, pencil, pen or telegraph. Batman and Jason Born need to stop.