Poster for the movie "Bright"


Disjointed in places, and seeming to need to embrace modern memes or pop culture references instead of better writing that would be more relevant to the alternate universe. Racial stereotypes abound in this movie, which is often common in fantasy stories but feels less appropriate in a modern setting and especially so with today’s movement towards better inclusivity.

A lot of the details seem left out also, reasons why things are happening – all the stuff you need to spend time on to build a cohesive world framework – in favour of the buddy-cops-in-over-their-heads motif which pervades the film. You have the “bent cop” sequence (human), the “ninja assassins” (elves), the “criminal gang lair” (orcs) strung together with either chase or hide-and-seek sequences.

After a disjointed start, it settles into a watchable action/thriller yet occasionally leaves you wondering what just happened only to carry on regardless. Naturally, it wraps up nicely for our heroes and sets the scene for more outings with the Brights.

Hopefully, it may spend a bit more time on each of the races, break down the stereotypes and spend more time explaining some of the details. It may then stand on the shoulders of this “welcome to Bright” movie.


20171 h 57 min

In an alternate present-day where magical creatures live among us, two L.A. cops become embroiled in a prophesied turf battle.

Director David Ayer
Runtime 1 h 57 min
Release Date 22 December 2017
Budget $90,000,000
Movie Media VoD
Movie Status Loaned
Movie Rating Not bad
Starring: Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Lucy Fry, Noomi Rapace, Edgar Ramírez, Ike Barinholtz, Veronica Ngo, Alex Meraz, Happy Anderson, Dawn Olivieri, Matt Gerald, Margaret Cho, Joseph Piccuirro, Brad William Henke, Jay Hernandez, Enrique Murciano, Scarlet Spencer, Andrea Navedo, Kenneth Choi, Bobby Naderi, Carlos Linares, Bunnie Rivera, Bailey Edwards, Rosemary Stevens, Greg Joung Paik, Cle Shaheed Sloan, Robert Jekabson, Nadia Sloane, Chris Browning, Laura Vallejo, Brandon Larracuente, Derek Graf, John Duff, Jamal Duff, Craig Henningsen, Aaron V. Williamson, Joe Rogan, Tim Sitarz, Luis Moncada, Jos Viramontes, Aileen Burdock, Briana Henry, Lesley Shires, René Mena, Chelsea Rendon, Daryn D. Dupree, Blue Mesquita, Natalie Camunas, Regan Talley, Gabriel Ortega, Roberto Garcia, Kevin Vance, Ignacio Rodriguera, Eugene Villanueva, Adan Mendoza Jr., Hector Chavez, Raul Cuellar, Gabriel Lopez, Keenen Bray, Diane Boose

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