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Part of the “Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver” viewing experience is trying to remember what happened in “Part One – A Child of Fire.” The first movie was released just five months ago, but it was a completely unremarkable endeavor, with co-writer/director Zack Snyder aiming to create his own version of “Star Wars,” only to end up with a laborious space opera filled with glum characters trying to impart personal history and paths of revenge in a hurry, while villainy was presented in cartoon fashion. “The Scargiver” isn’t a sequel, but a continuation of “A Child of Fire,” and it’s more of a war film, with most of the run time devoted to battle scenes and infiltration plans. It’s meant to be a grand, screen-bleeding payoff, but there was very little build-up to begin with, turning this picture into a noise machine with Snyder indulging all of his love for visual excess. Read the rest at


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