Three Thousand Years of Longing (2022) Movie Review
Three Thousand Years of Longing (2022) Movie Review

Three Thousand Years of Longing (2022) Movie Review

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I couldn’t have been more excited for this movie, starring Tilda Swinton, Idris Elba, and George Miller in his follow-up to Mad Max: Fury Road. I couldn’t have been more excited for this movie, but is it good or does it feel like 3000 years in the theater? What’s up, Flick fans? Welcome back to my channel. I should have said “3 000 years of watching; there’s no going back. Uh, today we’re going to talk about.”

The story was about a lonely, bitter British woman who goes to Istanbul and finds an old bottle. When she opens it, Ajin comes out and gives her three wishes, but she doesn’t want any of them until Ajin’s story makes her want to be loved. As always, let’s start with the rating. This movie is rated R for some sexual content, graphic nudity, and brief violence. I wouldn’t say it’s a family movie.

Sometimes it’s best to go into a movie without knowing where it’s going. Let’s start at the beginning with Tilda Swinton’s character, who is happy to be alone. She likes the idea of being a strong, independent person who doesn’t need anyone else. She’s on her way to a place where she needs to be fully focused and competent, but she can’t because she keeps seeing strange things.

I know you’re going to want to ask me something, but here are the rules. What are you going to do? To his surprise, she doesn’t want to make a wish. Not only does she not believe what he says, but she’s also curious about him and wants to know more about him.

I thought the chemistry between the two characters was great. Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton are two of the best actors in the business, so of course they’re going to work together. Director George Miller has made some of the best action movies of all time with the Mad Max movies. He knows how to make a movie that flows well and makes sense. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen in this movie.

I was kind of interested in what was going on, but when we were learning about his past and he was telling stories from different times, when people made wishes to him, I didn’t find those stories all that interesting. The images on the screen didn’t quite fit the story that was being told, and I’m not sure if George Miller’s touch, which usually works for the type of movie he’s making, worked this time.

The movie is trying to be deep; it’s about a character’s loneliness and longing, and love comes up in the last 20 minutes. However, I didn’t feel the passion behind those ideas because the middle of the movie is filled with meaningless scenes and the movie is about a character telling a story, but the storytelling in this movie was so choppy and we’re moving from one scene to the next so quickly.

Even though the movie started strong and ended strong, I was mostly disappointed by it. Swinton’s character says that all stories about wishing are cautionary tales, which is an idea that should have been explored more in this movie.

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