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Not a ha-ha satire.
My rightwing instincts went on holiday while watching this one. That must mean it was well done, thought-provoking, humorous, and entertaining. Granted, this is not a prize winner but an interesting look at human nature when people make bad choices and have to live with them.
The CGI was terrific. The cast was good with special kudos to Hong Chau who played the ever-insistent Vietnamese cleaning woman. Christoph Waltz did his yeomen obnoxious foreigner by playing a downsized Serbian black marketeer. Even Udo Kier was in this one! Colorful casting to be sure.
The story reflects the problems we are facing as a species and the insane solutions pursued with the ever-present social injustices in force.
Many will be better off waiting for cable but I think a walk-in is justified.
A good love story.
Do the shrunk North Koreans launch dinky missiles with mini A-Bombs?
Do Orchestras sound really thin and tinny?
Is the A.C. run at 12 Volts?
Would a shrunk Earthquake be felt in the Big World?
I"s there a really tiny Phone Network?
Would DSD Dacs work there?
Would McIntosh Amps be light?
Wouldn't sounds from the Outside World deafen everyone?
Would Donald Trump agree to be shrunk?
God, I hope so...
So many questions, so little time!
I have worked among Vietnamese and Hongs acting was very realistic. It turned into a cute love story near the end and that part was starting to be a believable romance. In fact that was the best part of the movie.
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