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As USA Today puts it: "'The Great Wall' would probably be a lot more culturally offensive if it wasn't such a complete trainwreck." The Chicago Tribune called it: "A monster movie, a white savior movie, and an extremely tedious movie." As in all of Yimou's work, visual effects are prevalent, but not even beautiful CGI-generated landscapes and huge creature battles will keep you interested."There are plenty of fun CGI monster-skewering scenes," Empire said, "but a clunky plot, rigid script, and equally stiff acting make this a crumbling disappointment, if not quite a disaster." There are certain moments in the movie when you don't know if suddenly the actors forgot they were supposed to be playing characters in ancient China. One character says "b----" and a few say "I heard that! Listen, like the dinosaurs being destroyed by the Ice Age... You don't wanna mess with a bitch straight out of rehab. Paul Greengrass directs “Jason Bourne,” which also stars Tommy Lee Jones, Alicia Vikander, Vincent Cassel, Julia Stiles and Riz Ahmed.Greengrass also directed “The Bourne Supremacy” and “The Bourne Ultimatum.” Tom Cruise’s “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” opened with .5 million over the same weekend last year, including million from Thursday night previews.
#Thank You Matt Damon has even gone viral on Twitter, with people sarcastically thanking Damon for everything he's done for Asian culture.
Matt Damon plays a mercenary who travels east in search of black powder and instead finds himself battling monsters in "The Great Wall" (in theaters this weekend).
What might have been considered an outlandish blockbuster a decade ago is now looked at more skeptically in 2017.
Now critics have chimed in, and it's not just the whitewashing allegations they see as a problem for the movie, which currently has a 38% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Here's what critics are saying about the movie: Though the movie was directed by acclaimed Chinese director Zhang Yimou ("House of Flying Daggers"), its plot and action are predictable and extremely watered down, according to the scribes.