The glorious, bewildering, stupid, glorious, bewilderingly stupid high point of WWE's COVID-era cinematic matches.
Play it, watch it, have somebody describe it to you, whatever. Just give it a chance.
Castle of Cagliostro is about a gentleman thief hunting down a legendary treasure; I write about a little girl pirate hunting down legendary treasure. Six of one, really.
"Man, this would have made an awesome anime".
Basically, Gods of Egypt has two speeds: Generic and Forgettable, and Actually Kinda Cool.
While I'm obviously happy that the COVID pandemic is winding down, part of me is a little disappointed that WWE is going back to live audiences, because it means we're going to get less creative lateral thinking that led to stuff like this.
To clarify, when I say "Tolkien", I mean the 2019 movie, not, say "everything Tolkien actually wrote."
If that name sounds familiar to you, it's probably because it's the movie where Jackie Chan and Jet Li finally throw down and fight.
I have a Classics MA. AD 79 Ostia is my jam — well, technically, my jam (by which I mean "thesis subject") was Judaism in Late Antique Roman society…