So are we collectively ready to admit that when it comes to swords and horses movies, no one does it better than Ridley Scott?
In a time when the overwhelming majority of conversations regarding anything remotely controversial seem to devolve into us-versus-them yelling matches, 15 Minutes of Shame is a welcome breath of fresh air.
But the best part of it all is that No Time To Die ties a neat thematic bow on this iteration of James Bond.
I personally thought all the different questions Lamb presented were deep and effective, and I found myself thinking though a lot of different things post-viewing.
If this kind of horror movie is your thing, then I think there’s a good chance you’ll be able to get something out of it.
My final verdict is that you’ll probably know whether you’ll enjoy this movie before you watch it.
If something gets us thinking and sticks in our brain past the movie theater parking lot, I think that has to count for something.
But it leaves a good taste in your mouth and warms your heart with the inspiration and positivity that one man was able to bring to so many people with his genuine, relatable, and inclusive comic strip.
If you’re able to connect to the truth of the film in its simplest form, there’s a lot there to glean.
Ultimately, I think I do like where this lands with its “grifters are people too” message.