Bright

2017

Action / Crime / Fantasy / Thriller

268
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 26%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 130627

Synopsis


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Cast

Will Smith as Daryl Ward
Joel Edgerton as Nick Jakoby
Noomi Rapace as Leilah
Édgar Ramírez as Kandomere
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868.43 MB
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1hr 57 min
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1hr 57 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 5 / 10

exposition

There is magic in the world. Also, there are fairies, orcs, elves, and plenty of other magical beings. LAPD officer Daryl Ward (Will Smith) is leery of his Orc partner Nick Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) who faces prejudice from all sides. They answer a call and find a disturbing scene with a magic wand. They go on the run with an elf named Tikka as everybody races to retrieve the powerful wand.

I rarely ask for more exposition but this is an exception. This world is not overly complicated but some exposition would help set up the movie. It's Training Day crossed with Alien Nation, Lord of the Rings, and The Warriors with a magic wand as the McGuffin. Again, it's not complicated but it needs some background. It's a fun alternate universe Colors for about an hour but it does grow tiresome. Even Will Smith is perfect for this unimaginative construction. Edgerton is a bit disappointing but he doesn't have the backstory to give his character humanity. It's only much later when the audience is allowed into his world. It's all manufactured and limited. I can see the pitch meeting.

Reviewed by digimoni 9 / 10

Sow low meta score ???

This movie aint bad, it kept me entartained all its lenght. Whole concept felt qite unique, like watching lord of the rings sequel 2000 years later. Just cannot understand why some people caled it the worst movie of the year. There are many worse movies with 2 times bigger meta scores and critic praise. It is just.. All i can say i definetly would like to see sequel.

Reviewed by stantims2 8 / 10

Creative approach

I read the negative reviews of this film, and don't get it. Yes, it's a bit of Alien Nation, but goes so much further. It just seemed so natural to start, without explanation, right into Orcs and fairies, prejudice and more other colorful beings. I was totally fine that all the beings weren't explained or how they happened to be here. All kinds of room for sequels and prequels, though not sure Netflix will foot huge budgets like this without equally huge followings. The only stretch, in my mind, was Will Smith's character being able to fight a super-being and lasting more than a handful of seconds, but the fight choreography, in general was excellent. While there is an additional film contracted, I think this could work as a series, with a lesser-known (less expensive) cast and lower-budget special effects.

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