Bright – Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, & Noomi Rapace | KT Review

Really Enjoyable

Forced to work with an Orc as his partner, Ward is just trying to do his job when a weapon everyone wants lands in his lap (not literally, that wouldn’t be good). And a girl who is protecting the weapon. In a futuristic world where everyone wants the weapon and the two cops have no idea who they can trust they fight to survive and protect the girl. It’s not an easy task. 

Bright stars Will Smith (Suicide Squad, Focus), Joel Edgerton (Warrior, Jane Got a Gun), Noomi Rapace (What Happened to Monday, Child 44), Edgar Ramirez (The Girl on the Train, Point Break), and Lucy Fry (Wolf Creek, 11.22.63).

Bright **There may be Spoilers Ahead**

I sort of got a little engrossed in wondering how they got the colouring on the Orcs skin, it’s one of those very visual fantasies where a lot of attention to detail. It also feels a little like a dark fairytale, the kind of story you might tell your kids about the real world but without giving them the real details.

I really did think it was going to be a series and was actually disappointed that it was a movie. And having watched it, it definitely had the potential to be a really good series. But it’s not a series, it’s a movie. So there had better be another one. With a chance to get to know the characters a little better because there was an awful lot of them. A lot of the main characters had a big character feel, as if there was soooo much more to know. But the human characters kind of got lost a little. I may have to watch it again just to absorb a little more.


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Bright Movie Review Conclusion

I will watch it again – Bright is an easy watch, there’s nothing too complicated about the story and you can get engrossed in the action and interaction between the two cops. I’m hoping for a  sequel.

4 stars 

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