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And at a relatively tight (by Netflix standards) 117-minute running time, it doesn’t overstay its welcome, but leaves you wanting more. Production: A Netflix release and presentation of a Netflix Original Film, Trigger Warning Entertainment, Grand Electric production.
Film Review: ' Bright' Reviewed at Arc Light Hollywood, Los Angeles, Dec. Producers: Eric Newman, David Ayer, Dryan Unkeless.
None of this would have worked without the chemistry between Smith and Edgerton.
Early on, Smith seems to be trying too hard, wrestling with some tortured inner conflict during domestic scenes with his wife and daughter (who disappear for the rest of the film), while Edgerton has the not-insignificant challenge of acting through heavy prosthetics.
His writing is familiar in the way that Tarantino movies are familiar (cleverly remixing familiar buddy-cop tropes with its “Alien Nation” premise), and fresh in the way that Tarantino movies are fresh (inventing original set pieces and new twists on old character types), which no doubt explains why Netflix paid so much (reportedly .5 million) for this screenplay.
Set in a parallel-universe version of Los Angeles, where humans live in harmony with Orcs, Elves and Fairies — well, maybe “harmony” isn’t quite the right word; more like “an uneasy balance” — this ambitious, yet astonishingly well-executed Netflix tentpole directly benefits from the way Ayer’s gritty, streetwise sensibility grounds Landis’ gift for creating an elaborate comic-book mythology.
Pair that with a Mac Guffin that springs naturally from this fictional world — everybody is scrambling for possession of a magic wand that, should it fall into the hands of something called a “Bright,” has the power to raise the Dark Lord and reopen a battle for the fate of the earth — and Landis has improved significantly on the clunky capture-the-flag conceits at the heart of most Marvel and Transformers movies.At 16, she was booked for her first British Vogue cover.Since then, she has worked with many popular brands, including Vogue worldwide, Jean Paul Gaultier, Marc Jacobs, Prada, Alexander Mc Queen, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, De Beers and Moschino.Then come the humans, almost none of whom are white; though they tease one another about their ethnic differences, they seem to live in a kind of post-racial, post-gender-segregated equilibrium.And above that hover the Elves, an elite class who hoard the wealth from a private district, where they spend their days “running the world and shopping.” It’s a complicated social system to establish, and yet, “Bright” does so without relying on traditional exposition, letting interactions between characters — whether it’s orders delivered by a Korean-American commanding officer, played by Margaret Cho, or the chill that arises when Jacoby takes a detour through Elftown — reveal how this hierarchy operates.
Lily Luahana Cole (born 27 December 1987) is an English actress and model.