There was no way I was going to miss this movie – for two reasons, actually. The first being that my daughter usually beats me to the punch on new releases and I needed to see this one before she did just cuz. The second being Alex Garland. Now, I haven’t seen most of Garland’s work, but I liked Dredd a lot, despite it mostly being a RoboCop movie in disguise, and I flat out loved Ex Machina., which was, if memory serves, my favourite movie of 2015.
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