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An antagonist must be exceptionally good at attacking a hero’s greatest weakness.
like a hangover piss after a heavy night it; splits off and goes all over the place just making a mess.
If staring at women on public transport is a habit of yours then go see this movie. You will legitimately never want to make eye contact with anyone on a train again. You’ll end up treating every trip like one on the red Luas line- just keeping your eyes down and trying not to get sucked into a crime.
As the characters start off this tribal ominous humming that becomes an absolute show-stealer for the scene it’s in.
But that’s why I loved this film. I feel like it’s only achievable to have this sort of ‘take on the world attitude’ in films set in the far past.